Monitoring for Remote Workforces

Remote monitoring solutions provide deeper visibility into the performance of business-critical apps and infrastructure. Monitor everything from SaaS applications to engineering services, and ensure your remote workforce has access to the tools they need to drive the business forward.

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Providing business continuity to remote workforces with intelligent monitoring

Work from home (WFH) and remote workforces make individuals and teams dispersed, creating extra pressure on the availability and necessity of 3rd party applications and services. That’s why LogicMonitor provides solutions that ensure organizations have access to the tools and infrastructure they need to continue working while distributed.

Providing business continuity to remote workforces with intelligent monitoring
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Remotely monitor everything, anywhere

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With LogicMonitor’s agentless data collection, visualize all your devices, no matter if you’re in the office or not.

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Get real-time data and alerts to your critical business components, ensuring better uptime for your entire remote workforce.

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No matter where you work from, LogicMonitors remote monitoring allows you do necessary work from anywhere.

Gain insight into business-critical SaaS applications

LogicMonitor provides the means to monitor the applications that matter most for a remote workforce. With our agentless collector, IT teams can monitor web conferencing applications (Zoom, GoToMeeting, Citrix), cloud applications, engineering services (like GitHub, Gitlab, AWS), VPNs, or ISP Connectivity within a matter of minutes.

Keep teams connected with Zoom and O365

As usage for web conferencing applications and collaboration tools like Microsoft Office 365 continue to surge, IT teams need a way to ensure that their services will not go down. For web conferencing, IT teams need to pull in statistics like active and inactive users, storage usage for their plan, and total meeting minutes, size, and count. With LogicMonitor’s Office 365 package, you can monitor the state of your Microsoft Office 365 deployment and the underlying services and license usage, allowing you to manage performance and license utilization accordingly.

Manage VPNs for distributed networks

For the majority of organizations, Engineers require a VPN connection to access their environments and manage servers. If the VPN is down, then Engineers are not able to connect to their servers and thus hindering their workflow. High bandwidth utilization can make their connections slow and frustrating. This also means that more resources need to allocate to the VPN infrastructure. With LogicMonitor, best practice alerting and dashboards are built-in so you can quickly troubleshoot any connectivity issues.

Simplify remote sessions

Remote sessions provide a secure way to remotely access and operate on devices from within your LogicMonitor portal, no plugins or clients necessary. Remote session protocals can be started via RDP, SSH, VNC, Telnet, and HTTP/S, with SSL connections where supported by the protocol, making it easy to access and work from anywhere.

Gain insight into business-critical SaaS applications

LogicMonitor provides the means to monitor the applications that matter most for a remote workforce. With our agentless collector, IT teams can monitor web conferencing applications (Zoom, GoToMeeting, Citrix), cloud applications, engineering services (like GitHub, Gitlab, AWS), VPNs, or ISP Connectivity within a matter of minutes.

Keep teams connected with Zoom and O365

As usage for web conferencing applications and collaboration tools like Microsoft Office 365 continue to surge, IT teams need a way to ensure that their services will not go down. For web conferencing, IT teams need to pull in statistics like active and inactive users, storage usage for their plan, and total meeting minutes, size, and count. With LogicMonitor’s Office 365 package, you can monitor the state of your Microsoft Office 365 deployment and the underlying services and license usage, allowing you to manage performance and license utilization accordingly.

Manage VPNs for distributed networks

For the majority of organizations, Engineers require a VPN connection to access their environments and manage servers. If the VPN is down, then Engineers are not able to connect to their servers and thus hindering their workflow. High bandwidth utilization can make their connections slow and frustrating. This also means that more resources need to allocate to the VPN infrastructure. With LogicMonitor, best practice alerting and dashboards are built-in so you can quickly troubleshoot any connectivity issues.

Simplify remote sessions

Remote sessions provide a secure way to remotely access and operate on devices from within your LogicMonitor portal, no plugins or clients necessary. Remote session protocals can be started via RDP, SSH, VNC, Telnet, and HTTP/S, with SSL connections where supported by the protocol, making it easy to access and work from anywhere.

Remote Monitoring Benefits

Redundancy

Insights

Continuity

Availability

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Avoid at-home frustrations

Make decisions regarding redundancy to keep your workforce connected when they need it most. Get alerts on the availability status of critical conferencing and communication tools so teams can make informed decisions and pivot workflows before you lose valuable time on a call due to unplanned downtime.

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Remote Monitoring FAQs

What is remote monitoring?

Remote monitoring is a platform that allows IT to remotely monitor and manage an entire tech infrastructure, from cloud, to on-prem, to connected networks and more. Remote monitoring gathers information to assess the health of what is monitored.


Is there anything I can’t monitor remotely?

Devices that aren’t connected to a network in any way shape or form can’t be monitored remotely.


How secure is remote monitoring?

Remote monitoring is held to the same security standards and included with the rest of a monitoring platform’s security certifications.


What is RMM?

RMM stands for remote monitoring and management. RMM is used to gather information from remote endpoints and networks, along with the ability to access and perform tasks on the devices remotely monitored.


What is RMON?

RMON stands for remote network monitoring. Remote network monitoring allows you to remotely monitor your network traffic and endpoints.


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Features include:

  • AIOps early warning system
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  • Alerting and escalation chains
  • 2000+ monitoring integrations
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