Network monitoring stories - Page 3
LogRhythm’s Network Monitor Freemium an impressive winner when put to the test
Not all security tools have to come with a price tag. The SANS Institute takes at a look at LogRhythm's NetMon Freemium Version 3.2.3.
Endace greets APAC region with new Melbourne office
Endace is establishing a hub in Asia Pacific with the opening of its new office in Melbourne this week.
Hands on: Paessler AG - PRTG Network Monitor
PRTG Network Monitor does monitor your network, but it does it in a way that is infinitely customisable.
IDC spotlight: Innovative start up vendors
"Innovative vendors are harnessing the benefits of cloud management for digital enterprise-ready network monitoring and visibility."
Ipswitch's latest 'clever little tool' is a must-have for network admins
In 1991 Ipswitch launched its first product. It was a simple FTP client. It still sells the WSftp product to this day, but their focus is much bigger.
LogRhythm's 'Freemium' - a free network monitoring solution
“Full packet capture and traffic analytics products like NetMon are critically important in defending organisations of all sizes,"
The Olympics & IT strain: 75% of Australian orgs planning access restrictions
The Rio Olympics are in the spotlights, and IT professionals across Australia have been preparing for the network strain.
Paessler AG launches monitoring-as-a-service option for MSPs
Paessler AG has unveiled a new monitoring-as-a-service option for MSPs, making PRTG Network Monitor available to MSPs of all sizes.
Managing the Internet of Things: The network operator’s challenge
The Internet of Things (IoT) is exploding - and its traffic is totally unlike anything that network operators have encountered.
Kiwi SMEs: Prepare for challenging times now
New Zealand SMEs need to ensure their networks are robust enough to withstand any form of economic slowdown.
Hands-on review: Paessler PRTG Network Monitoring Tool
The solution seems ideally sized for the New Zealand market, with support for small organisations and scalability right up into enterprise.