In The Press
In a published response to the editor of Inside Networks network infrastructure e-magazine, WUG Director of Community & Product Marketing Management Marina Gil-Santamaria explains the necessary steps organizations must take when transitioning from IPv4 to IPv6.
Jim Frey, managing research director, Enterprise Management Associates, Inc., believes the new WUG v15 is right at the front of the pack in terms of ease of use. Ipswitch's Pat Loring, VP of sales, N.A., also notes v15's early rave reviews. See for yourself in Network Computing's look at the makeover -- all of the new bells and whistles that make up version 15 of WhatsUp Gold.
It's getting increasingly more difficult to manage and maintain networks with multiple devices and locations. Join Jessica Scarpati from SearchTelecom as she discovers how WhatsConnected "has evolved it into 'an everyday toolkit' for real-time troubleshooting and performance analysis at Layers 2 and 3." Scarpati's article highlights how WhatsConnected beats the competition with its easy-to-learn interface and intuitive reporting features.
Read the full article here.
WhatsConnected 3.0 makes automatic discovery of your devices even easier! Gather your asset and inventory information at the click of a button.
Here's just a few of the ways WhatsConnected stands out from the competition:
- It's available as a "stand-alone" product OR as a plug-in
- It's relatively inexpensive
- It doesn't require remotely installed agents to get started
Join award-winning technology journalist Frank J. Ohlhorst as he reviews WhatsUp Gold's latest product release here.
Last Fall, we hosted a contest for WUG lovers like you. Ninjas across the globe submitted ideas for videos illustrating how WUG helps them get stuff done, every day. Take a look to see some of the cool things they came up with!
The Network Detective
The Printer Anarchist
A Lesson in Speeding Up Your Website Access
Did you know that bandwidth consumption in Spain jumped to 95% during the most recent World Cup Final? WhatsUp Gold can help ensure that video usage isn't consuming your valuable bandwidth-make sure it's used for business purposes only.
Drew Robb at Enterprise Networking Planet explains how important proper monitoring can be in preventing misuses of resources. Marina Gil-Santamaria, Director of Product Marketing Management here at Ipswitch, offers insight about how you can prevent bandwidth…
On Tuesday, September 7th, the WhatsUp Guru spoke at a meeting for the Greater Boston Network Users Group. His presentation featured some best practices for networks managers looking to learn approaches to build and manage their own internal cloud. Take a look at his presentation below to gain practical insight into how virtualization can help your organization increase server utilization, reduce hardware costs and complexity, and reduce the total cost of ownership of the servers.
Did you know that unnecessary usage of network applications can reduce productivity and cause bandwidth usage costs to skyrocket? How aware are you of who's using one of your network's applications, and how frequently? Let Marina Gil-Santamaria, our Director of Product Marketing for the Network Management Division here at Ipswitch, show you the ropes to limiting access and maximizing your company's bandwidth dollars and assigning access rights; read Elizabeth Millard's article on Processor.com.
How at-risk is your organization for data breaches? If you're not managing and monitoring your network's logs, you can't be sure that you're at decreased risk for breaches. WhatsUp Event Log Management version 9.0 offers powerful log management tools that help your organization meet compliance regulations and enforce security policies.
Marina Gil-Santamaria, Director of Product Marketing at Ipswitch, points out some of the many benefits of log management in her recent article, available here.…
Did you know that 75% of network outages and performance issues are attributable to misconfiguration errors? Marina Gil-Santamaria highlights 5 best practices that you should employ to prevent these easily avoidable situations. Ensure that your configuration and monitoring practices are up to snuff by:
Best Practice #1: Create standard configurations for each device classification, such as router, LAN switch, WAN switch, or ATM switch.
Best Practice #2: Maintain the current running…