Welcome to our February newsletter.
In this edition we announce our short listing in the 2016 Network Computing Awards. We have a case study from The National Housing Federation who have been using Mutiny since 2005. Our articles discuss why an effective alerting system is paramount to keeping networks running at their best. Plus we look at the rise of smart cities, how monitoring is central to ensuring everything works at its best. We look at our latest updates, and their benefits to you. We also introduce our Free IP Address Management (IPAM) module and how it can protect your network from critical IP clashes.
Mutiny shortlisted in the 2016 Network Computing Awards: Mutiny has been shortlisted in the "Network Project of the Year" category in the 2016 Network Computing Awards. The awards will be judged and presented at a ceremony in March in London. To read more about the work we undertook for VUE please read the case study here. For more information visit the website here.
The National Housing Federation (NHF): Representing 1400 independent, not-for-profit housing associations in England. The federation has been using Mutiny since December 2005. Their team uses the product to monitor all of its critical servers including: email, corporate database and financial systems. Mutiny also monitors the computer network, including switches and routers and telephony server. Read more here.
19th January 2016: Read how the Free Mutiny IP-Address Management (IPAM) module reduces IP allocation errors for network managers. Read more here.
No false alarms: managing your IT with an effective alerting system
Managing your networks, servers and services effectively has never been more important and alerting is a critical part of managing this complexity. Alerting through Mutiny can be via email, SMS/texting, â€œpop-upâ€ messages, a large wallboard display or it can be integrated into your helpdesk system, triggering a ticket in advance of a problem.
Read more here.
Monitoring Our Smart Cities: Just how smart are we?
Smart cities are one of the hottest tech topics of the day. The aims are simple: An enhanced day-to-day living experience for the consumer, efficiency for businesses and public services, financial savings and reduced emissions. But how are these differing technologies to co-exist? Monitoring is paramount to security, speed and efficiency.
Read more here.
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