Desktop Management Task Force


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Desktop Management Task Force

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(DMTF) The industry consortium that develops, supports, and maintains standards for systems management of PC systems and products, to reduce total cost of ownership. These include the Desktop Management Interface (DMI), the most-widely used management standard today.

The DMTF is participating in an industry effort to create a standard for management over the Internet. They are defining an object-oriented Common Information Model (CIM).

http://dmtf.org/.
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Subsequently, about 70 other vendors joined the initiative, which was handed over to the Desktop Management Task Force (DMTF) in February 1998.