Monitoring And Instant Alerting For IT Network Failures
Biodata NetMonitor Offers Critical Guarding of
March 19, 2001 - Biodata Information Technology, global
leader in network and communications technology products,
launches a new product line Biodata NetMonitor in Singapore.
With its unique ability to monitor IT networks around
the clock and provide instant alerts of any failures
or errors through a comprehensive range of channels,
Biodata NetMonitor protects companies against detrimental
security breaches and costly financial losses.
errors and system failures in IT infrastructure are
not detected and resolved quickly enough, companies
can suffer huge losses. With the understanding that
every second is critical in such situations, Biodata
specially designed the Biodata NetMonitor to monitor
IT infrastructure around the clock, by continuously
communicating with all of the critical systems including
Internet access, e-mail, databases and firewalls. Whenever
there is an error or failure in any of these systems,
as a central electronic guardian, Biodata NetMonitor
immediately alerts responsible network specialists throughout
the company, providing them with detailed information
about the source and the type of problem. The alerts
can be sent through multiple alarm options including
SMS, pager, e-mail, printer, fax, Internet or telephone.
NetMonitor is easy to install and configure since it
is an integrated hardware and software solution. Pre-settings
and a configuration assistant offer easy application.
A standard browser that is protected by password makes
possible worldwide and safe access to Biodata NetMonitor.
These unique features make Biodata NetMonitor equally
suited to serve the needs of highly decentralized companies
and widely branched IT networks
to its outstanding capability, Biodata NetMonitor has
already received an innovation award at the B2B-congress
in Bonn, Germany. It won unanimous vote from the jury
for being the best internet-economy-idea of the year
customers and partners of this operating segment of
Biodata include Compaq, Sony, Bewag and Info AG. Companies
interested to use Biodata NetMonitor can contact the
local Biodata offices.
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