Sys admin on the go

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Keep track of your job when you’re not in the office.

As a sysadmin, you don’t want to be chained to your desk – it’s great to be able to work from home once in a while, or to be able to head off to conferences. But neither do you want the machines you’re responsible for to be left unsupervised. Even if you don’t mind always being physically in your office during the daytime, there’s always the possibility of out-of-hours issues – or what if you’re fixing something else at the other end of the building when one of your main servers starts having issues?

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