Microsoft SCCM 2012 splash screen on monitor.

Microsoft System Center Configuration manager (SCCM) allows administrators to manage PCs and servers, keep software up-to-date, set security policies and monitor system statuses, while giving employees access to corporate applications on the devices they choose.

What is Microsoft SCCM?

Microsoft SCCM is a unified management console and set of administrative tools that allows you to deploy software, protect data, monitor health, and enforce compliance across all devices in an organization.

Operating system deployment

SCCM allows you to distribute operating systems to physical desktops, servers, laptops, and mobile devices across enterprise networks and eliminates the inefficiencies and errors associated with manually installing applications.

Enhanced device and user management

Seamless integration with Microsoft Intune allows SCCM to provision application access to the mobile device of the users’ choice. You can also associate applications with a user, rather than a device. This facilitates users accessing corporate applications via multiple devices and simplified the user management process.

Simplified update management

Configuration Manager simplifies the complex task of delivering and managing updates to IT systems across your business. IT administrators can deliver updates of Microsoft products, third-party applications, hardware drivers, and system BIOS to a variety of devices, including desktops, laptops, servers, and mobile devices

Power management

SCCM allows you to gain control over your power consumption with a 360 degree view of power usage and comprehensive set of client power management tools. Working with the capabilities built into your Windows operating system, SCCM ensures you can optimize power settings at a granular level.

Client health monitoring

A unified summary of clients gives you an instantaneous view of client health. With advanced reporting, client health statistics and activities, you’re alerted health statistics fall below established thresholds.

Virtual desktop management

SCCM reduces the complexity and cost of implementing virtual environments by providing a single, unified tool to manage all your client desktops, thin clients, mobile devices, and virtual desktops.

Self-service portal

Facilitates automated provisioning of applications via a self-service web portal, allowing administrators to be more productive and potential cost-savings.

Endpoint protection

SCCM serves as the infrastructure for System Center 2012 R2 Endpoint Protection. With Endpoint protection, you’ll deliver a single solution for malware protection, identification, and remediation of vulnerabilities, while giving visibility into non-compliant systems across your network.

Asset intelligence

With asset intelligence, you’ll gain continuous visibility of your hardware and software assets and usage. Translating inventory data into information, asset intelligence provides rich reports that help you with software purchasing decisions, upgrade plans, and license reporting.

SCCM enables employees to access the corporate applications that they need to be productive from anywhere, on whatever device they choose, while helping protect corporate information.

What do we offer?

With SCCM specialists in-house, Fastrack has the people and processes in place to deliver a SCCM solution that empowers user productivity, simplifies administration and unifies your IT management infrastructure.


Fastrack consultants help you uncover the scope and business requirements of your SCCM solution and how to get the most from your solution.

Solution architecture

Engineers and architects work closely with you and use established methodologies to design a best-practice and tailored SCCM solution.


Using in-house technology and proven procedures, consultants accelerate the deployment of your SCCM solution and ensure you’re up-and-running quickly.

Unified support

We manage and maintain your SCCM environment as a service so your IT department can focus on their core business.

Other features

  • Remote client management – Allow support staff to effectively provide remote assistance and reduce the time required to respond to issues.
  • Inventory – Gain a 360 view of your hardware and software inventory acrossyour organization. With the SCCM R2, you can enable custom hardware inventory more easily and extend the inventory schema.
  • Compliance and settings management – You can create a baseline for “desired configuration state” and ensure that all devices comply through auto remediation or alerts. SCCM also integrates with System Center Service Manager to automatically creates incidents on baseline drift.