Now only £8.99 / pcm per computer.
Now available for
Windows, OSX and Linux systems
We offer monitoring of:
- switches and otherSNMP compliant hardware
What we monitor
- Temperatures of the internal components,
- CPU load and work characteristics,
- Status of the hard drives,
- Network throughput and performance
What it gives us:
- Faults notification,
- General health of the network environment,
- Highly detailed picture of all devices on the network and their performance
- All details of inventory available on the network
What are advantages of using our monitoring:
- Easy prediction
- Better decision making,
- Less disasters if at all
- Less downtime
- Less chance of expensive data recovery (required after disaster)
- Cheaper costs of maintenance (maintaining is cheaper than recovering after disaster),
- Our services are competitive and affordable even for small businesses (As we can run ourmonitoringon existing IT infrastructure)
- Servers – Windows and Linux,
- Workstations – Windows, OSX and Linux,
- Dekstops – Windows, OSX and Linux,
- Laptops – Windows, OSX and Linux,
- Tablets – Android and iOS,
- Smartphones -Android, iOS, WP,
- Mobile devices,
- Projectors and AV eqipment,
- Network equipment,
- Office equipment,
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