Network management tools are designed to monitor, manage, and troubleshoot your network, locally or remotely. A good network management tool suite is accessible from a mobile app and is highly scalable, allowing businesses to grow and add more network components and locations.
For example, coffee shops and salons function quite well with only one access point. The manager can check the network from an app if something goes wrong.
On the other hand, SMBs usually have medium or large office buildings that require multiple access points and switches. All of the devices on the network can be managed with network tools, and some problems can be solved remotely without truck rolls. It is also possible to view and manage all devices connected to the network.
For distributed enterprises, advanced network management tools can manage thousands of devices on an unlimited number of networks. You could have offices in Los Angeles, New York, and Singapore, and the entire network can be viewed from a single pane of glass. Good network management tools equip you with invaluable reporting, analytics, and real-time monitoring capabilities.