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What are the Benefits of Cyware Orchestrate Mobile App?
- Get Notified Anytime, Anywhere: Users need not log in to the Cyware Orchestrate web portal every time to track the Playbooks executions. They can now check the push notifications on the Cyware Orchestrate Mobile App from any corner of the world at any given time.
- Take Actions On-The-Go: Cyware Orchestrate Mobile App users can take actions and respond to requests related to Playbooks execution from anywhere in the world. Responding to notifications with the ‘Accept’ or ‘Reject’ button accelerates the response to Playbooks waiting for approval, thereby reducing the time spent on urgent pending actions/requests. Moreover, the mobile app allows the users to respond to multiple requests based on different field types, such as text, integers, dates, etc.
- Informational Notifications: Through the Cyware Orchestrate mobile app, users can receive informational notifications about Playbook updates that do not require any actions to be performed. For example, admins can receive notifications on Instance/Tenant Expiry or System Errors on their Cyware Orchestrate platform.
- Actionable Notifications: On their Cyware Orchestrate mobile app, users can receive notifications that require some action. These notifications can be acknowledged with simple Yes/No or written responses, and the notifications awaiting responses can be viewed as Pending Actions and once responded can be seen in responded requests. Moreover, Cyware Orchestrate users can now provide immediate inputs required for Playbook execution that can help them quickly respond to and act on potential threats.
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Posted on: February 14, 2022
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