Sennheiser has launched HeadSetup Pro Manager, a cloud-based IT management solution developed to track, monitor, update and configure settings on multiple Sennheiser devices from a single dashboard that can be accessed anytime, anywhere. The new solution is designed to take the pressure off IT professionals so they can stay in control of their Unified Communications environments.
“The role of IT professionals is often made needlessly frustrating by the added, never ending challenge of tracking assets and keeping devices up to date. This can consume many valuable man hours and can also proof to be disruptive to the users,” said Andreas Bach, President at Sennheiser Communications A/S. “With HeadSetup Pro Manager we have taken on this challenge with a secure and flexible IT Management tool that frees up your IT team to stay focused on higher value activity while delivering a seamless and secure Unified ommunications experience.”
HeadSetup Pro Manager is a cloud-based enterprise SaaS hosted on Microsoft Azure cloud services and Microsoft Azure SQL/NoSQL databases. This scalable and resilient solution allows for highly secure control of remote devices, even across multiple sites through encrypted communication with a client on each user’s computer. No sensitive data is stored. Sennheiser’s client application, HeadSetup Pro, works in the background to manage connected headsets or speakerphones with minimal distractions to the end user.
The new software solution offers a detailed overview of all headsets and speakerphones installed in the company. From one location it is possible to receive an overview of both active and inactive audio devices to identify the registered owner and user.
HeadSetup Pro Manager provides a flexible and cost effective way to push out latest software updates to all an organization’s Sennheiser headsets, at a time that’s most convenient to IT and users. It is possible to push new updates to an unlimited number of users or defined user groups from a single dashboard.
The Manager makes it possible to centrally push configurations or lock specific specifications on wired and DECT wireless headsets to comply with regulatory compliance settings for specific groups or individuals from one single dashboard tool.
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