At the conference, ManageEngine will be launching a privileged session management solution for enterprises.
Rajesh Ganesan, vice president, ManageEngine said, “In order to strengthen IT security, many enterprises are adopting privileged access management solutions into their IT workflows. With comprehensive auditing capabilities, our solution offers complete visibility into all privileged accounts and helps enterprises manage privileged user sessions in real time, preventing any internal and external risks.”
ManageEngine organises yearly user conferences for its customers in the Middle East to discuss the company’s road map and share knowledge and IT best practices. The two keynote speeches of the conference will be delivered by Raj Sabhlok, president, and Rajesh Ganesan, vice president.
“Our user conferences have a lot to offer our customers,” said Sabhlok. “They get to meet the people behind the products they use, gain valuable insights that help them use those solutions optimally, and network with their peers. Customers get the opportunity to share how they use our products, discuss the challenges they face, and provide input we use to develop even better products.”
Mohannad Hennawi, IT Systems Manager, NAFFCO, said, “We have attended over six conferences hosted by ManageEngine. This year we look forward to seeing the recently launched enterprise service management (ESM) capability in ServiceDesk Plus and new cloud solutions.”
The two-day conference will offer detailed walk-throughs and live demonstrations of all major ManageEngine solutions, including ServiceDesk Plus, OpManager Plus, Applications Manager, Desktop Central, Mobile Device Manager Plus, the company’s AD management suite, Site24x7, and Log360.
One-on-one sessions with domain experts will also be available to ensure customers have the opportunity to get their questions answered.
Participants can also take part in training sessions to increase their knowledge of the products and they can take a test to get certified as a product associate by ManageEngine.