Bomgar Cloud for Remote Support provides you with the features and functionality of Bomgar Remote Support in a cloud deployment. Capabilities include remote control of computers and mobile devices, chat support, skills-based routing, ITSM integration, smart collaboration, embeddable chat and support components, and reporting insights. Bomgar Cloud can help reduce your infrastructure costs, lessen the load on IT personnel, and improve support delivery without capital outlay.
*Bomgar Cloud is not available in all regions. Please, contact sales for availability.
|USER CAPACITY||1000 Concurrent Licenses maximum|
|JUMP TECHNOLOGY CAPACITY||Up to 4,000 Active Jump Clients|
|REDUNDANCY||Defined by Bomgar Cloud infrastructure 1|
|AUTHENTICATION||LDAP, Kerberos, RADIUS|
|INTEGRATION||API for Custom Integrations, Database integration and API Extraction Tool, Microsoft SQL Server, ITSM Integrations (compatible)|
|DEPLOYMENT||Bomgar Cloud Appliance|
Bomgar Cloud offers more environmental segmentation than is available with traditional software-as-a-service (SaaS) deployments. Each Bomgar Cloud instance is a single-tenant virtual appliance. Your data remains totally separate from other cloud customers, and only those authorized by you can access your appliance.
All Bomgar Cloud data centers in use have achieved ISO/IEC 27001 certification of its information security management systems. Additionally all data centers have completed the following examinations: SOC II Type 1, SSAE 16, SOC 1 Type II, and SOC 2 Type II.
Firewalls are designed to block incoming traffic. That is why traditional remote desktop tools (RDP, VNC, pcAnywhere, Dameware and others) require firewall configuration changes in order to work over the internet. Bomgar does not require changes to your firewall because both the remote computer and the technician offering remote support connect to the Bomgar through outbound connections.
If the remote computer can connect to the internet, support reps can connect to it through Bomgar without the use of VPN. In the case of closed networks, a single internet-connected Bomgar node can enable an off-network remote technician to connect to network devices and desktops that are not themselves connected to the internet.
Bomgar connects support reps with remote desktops, servers, laptops and network devices wherever they are. Support reps can see the screen, control the mouse and work as if physically in front of the remote desktop, speeding time to resolution. Bomgar can even let you gain remote control of computers not connected to the internet.
Support reps can use Bomgar to support remote iPad, iPhone, and Android devices. And Bomgar lets technicians control remote desktops from their iPad, iPhone or Android tablet.