24/7 Robot in The Cloud
Built to secure and organize
all your Apple devices.
Robot Cloud augments your team to provide automated inventory, notifications and distribution of software on the Mac. Plus, Robot Cloud is an MDM server and comprehensive Apple solution for all Apple endpoints including iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Apple TV devices.
YOUR VIRTUAL EMPLOYEE
Robot Cloud is fully automated and built to take the work out of supporting another management tool. Robot Cloud allows your team to best support the people who use your Apple devices.
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No training required.
Make Robot Cloud your first, fully autonomous, virtual employee.
Built to automate the inventory, alerting and distribution of software on all your Macs workstations, notebooks and servers.
Built to work for you 24/7/365.
How it Works
- Enroll your Macs using a custom Robot Cloud installer.
- View your Macs from the Robot Cloud Dashboard.
- Following enrollment, schedule a call with a Robot Cloud engineer to review and activate your Robot Cloud Actions.
- Focus on the fun part of your job as you enjoy the luxurious life of automated inventory, alerts, patching, security and more!
STARTING AT $99/YEAR
Only 27¢ per day for inventory and online alerts on up to 25 Apple Devices!
Devices automatically report to Robot Cloud so you always have detailed specs of the devices you have and need to protect. How many devices do you have?
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