Noxigen LLC launches System Frontier v1.0 to enable delegated administrative server management.

System Frontier is designed to help businesses manage servers more securely by delegating administrative rights using role based access control (RBAC).
System Frontier v1.0 Dashboard
System Frontier v1.0 Dashboard
Oct. 13, 2012 - PRLog -- Nashville, TN – 10/12/2012 – Businesses in every industry with a need to maintain regulatory compliance with PCI, SOX, HIPAA or other standards can do so more easily now with the release of System Frontier. It allows system administrators to remove the majority, if not all of the users from the local administrator groups on Windows servers and delegate specific administrative rights instead.

“The proliferation of privileged accounts across an organization is usually the result of quick fixes to help people get their jobs done without slowing them down. Now businesses can avoid this level of risk while still empowering their IT workers by delegating the exact rights needed for any given user based on their role. I’m excited to see how IT organizations start leveraging it.” - Jay Adams, Founder of Noxigen LLC.

One notable feature allows an administrator to upload their own command-line scripts or tools and then delegate the rights to run those tools on specific sets of servers using a privileged account. The end user would be able to perform the action without any rights on the target systems. All of which is done through an intuitive web based user interface.

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