BigFix, Inc., was an American company focusing on reducing the cost and complexity of managing networked desktop, mobile, and server computers. From its origins as a PC self-help application, the company’s products expanded to enable delivery of a wide variety of on-demand endpoint management services that include asset inventory/discovery, security vulnerability detection and remediation, software distribution, IT compliance reporting, patch management, software license management, security policy enforcement, and endpoint device power consumption management. Founded in 1997, BigFix is headquartered in Emeryville, California.

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  • BigFix, Inc., was an American company focusing on reducing the cost and complexity of managing networked desktop, mobile, and server computers. From its origins as a PC self-help application, the company’s products expanded to enable delivery of a wide variety of on-demand endpoint management services that include asset inventory/discovery, security vulnerability detection and remediation, software distribution, IT compliance reporting, patch management, software license management, security policy enforcement, and endpoint device power consumption management. Founded in 1997, BigFix is headquartered in Emeryville, California. On July 1, 2010, IBM announced a deal to acquire BigFix for an undisclosed amount. According to Bloomberg, IBM paid approximately $400 million in the deal, which closed on July 20, 2010. In 2011, IBM changed the name of BigFix to IBM Tivoli Endpoint Manager (TEM), but then shortened the name to IBM Endpoint Manager (IEM) in 2013. IBM changed the name back to BigFix on July 7, 2015 due to popular market demand. IBM BigFix a unified platform that secures and manages all endpoints — from roaming laptops to remote servers and point-of-sale devices connecting through partner sites. It bridges the gap between IT Security and Operations teams, eliminating traditional silos and giving real-time, shared visibility and control across all endpoints — regardless of device type, location or bandwidth. It continuously monitors each endpoint and enforces compliance across security, regulatory and operational policies. (en)
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  • PC lifecycle management, networked computing device management, IT compliance reporting
  • Enterprise IT, IT management, security configuration management
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  • BigFix service delivery platform, BigFix on-demand Solution Packs and modules for security threat suppression , security configuration management , and systems management .
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  • BigFix, Inc., was an American company focusing on reducing the cost and complexity of managing networked desktop, mobile, and server computers. From its origins as a PC self-help application, the company’s products expanded to enable delivery of a wide variety of on-demand endpoint management services that include asset inventory/discovery, security vulnerability detection and remediation, software distribution, IT compliance reporting, patch management, software license management, security policy enforcement, and endpoint device power consumption management. Founded in 1997, BigFix is headquartered in Emeryville, California. (en)
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