When you can’t be in the office, you can connect to any system via a web-based gateway, with all the same functionality as a direct connection.
All connections can be made outbound over secure HTTP, so there’s no impact on your network’s security.
A gateway, typically running on a publically accessible server, acts as a proxy between a collector and the user interface, facilitating an indirect connection between the two. The collector publishes information to the gateway, and this information is then passed on to the user interface when that connects to the gateway itself. In this way, the user interface can display system information for a server that is not directly accessible.
The installation includes all the software needed to run your own gateway, avoiding any lock-in.