OptiTune is an IT Management System that lets you manage thousands of computers, provide remote desktop support, deploy applications, manage updates, handle endpoint pro...
- Freemium • Proprietary
- Remote Desktop Tool
What is OptiTune?
OptiTune is the ultimate solution for automating recurring IT tasks and managing computers across the enterprise. With OptiTune, IT professionals can offer better service capabilities and enhanced service delivery.
Monitoring and Alerting
Cloud Hosting Option
Self Hosting Option
Detailed Computer View
OptiTune is also FREE for the first year, for up to 10 computers
Comments and Reviews
- Window Manager
- Remote Desktop
- Cloud Computing
- System Administration
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I love the new remote command prompt feature, it is very responsive.
We have been using Optitune for about 2 years now for our medium sized IT department, and it has worked wonders for us.
We really like the ability to provide remote assistance to any of our staff no matter if they are at the office, or travelling. Optitune's monitoring capabilities are also excellent, you can even customize the notification email template, or set a schedule for what times of the day certain staff members should be notified of IT issues.
We really love using OptiTune, it makes our lives a lot easier at our firm. It was easy to get started with, deploying it to hundreds of PCs using either existing methods (e.g. group policy), or by generating a user friendly installer for deployment by end users.
Once you are started, you get up to the minute reports on the status of all PCs in your company, including things like apps that are installed, windows updates, viruses, etc.. It has a lot of high end features, like app deployment (with cloud storage and bandwidth included for remote endpoints), and includes some really powerful tools like the remote command prompt and remote task manager, not to mention the remote desktop feature, which works well.
We don't have any complaints overall, except that the billing is sometimes trickier when you try to add licenses, it's better to buy them in blocks, although they tell us that they will be supporting usage based billing soon as well.
[Edited by artdavies, May 02]