Irish start-up Pulseway’s technology now used by 300,000 users worldwide

30 Apr 2015

Pulseway, a four-year-old tech company that helps busy IT managers to run their infrastructure via their smartphone, has revealed its technology is now being used by more than 300,000 consumers and professionals.

This includes more than 250 large enterprises in 100 countries around the world.

These include organisations like Dell, Louis Vuitton, Condé Nast and British Columbia Institute of Technology.

In addition to the more than 300,000 users all over the world, Pulseway has sent more than 130 million critical alerts.

The Dublin company’s latest Remote Desktop platform enables IT administrators to connect to all monitored Windows computers and control any remote or console session via their smartphone. Connections are fully encrypted and do not require any firewall rules.

“Over the last few years, mobile devices have become a critical element in the enterprise,” said Marius Mihalec, founder and CEO of Pulseway.

“With Pulseway, IT administrators can now look after their infrastructure on the go, which has never been possible before. With the addition of Remote Desktop, Pulseway has become the complete end-to-end solution for the industry.”

Smartphone user image via Shutterstock


John Kennedy is a journalist who served as editor of Silicon Republic for 17 years