Posts Tagged ‘Monitoring’
http://www.spiceworks.com/ – With a good network monitoring software, the online business can access their reports giving them the server the ability to rema…
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Square 2 Marketing utilizes the latest new marketing techniques to help software and technology companies stay at the cutting edge of their industry.
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This video shares how user experience management, also called user experience monitoring, powers a use case for help desk, IT service desk and functional support that provides strong operational improvements and delivers substantial return on investment for customers. User experience management for this solution is compatible with every IT service desk software environment – this includes BMC Remedy(r), Computer Associates(r), ServiceNow(r), Hewlett Packard(r) and many others. Knoa® Software delivers on-premise and cloud-based solutions that monitor, measure and manage how end-users are utilizing enterprise applications to optimize end-user experience, enhance user performance, and deliver return on investment. Uniquely, Knoa automation provides complete and deep insight into all activities, by user, for each application monitored. 20 percent of the Fortune 50 and hundreds of Global 5000 companies have already licensed Knoa software to power their user experience and optimize their performance. User experience monitoring (UEM) is often confused with application performance management (APM). Most analysts view this as a separate category – one analyst includes UEM as a category within APM. In any case Enterprise class user experience monitoring includes capabilities which are unique and highly differentiating: * 100% desktop view of system and user performance * 100% of the error data – user, system and data * 100% of the user workflow in summary form * 100% automation …
Google Tech Talks February 2, 2009 ABSTRACT This systems consultant to Fortune 1000 companies, avid gamer and soon-to-be best-selling novelist will talk about his bestselling novel and the bot-mediated reality it envisions. Speaker: Daniel Suarez Daniel Suarez is an independent systems consultant to Fortune 1000 companies. He has designed and developed enterprise software for the defense, finance, and entertainment industries. An avid gamer and technologist, he lives in California.
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Learn more about GFI MAX RemoteManagement™, the easy and affordable remote monitoring and management (RMM) solution used by thousands of IT Support Companies, VARs and Managed Service Providers. With set-up in 10 minutes, GFI MAX RemoteManagement makes it easy to manage and monitor servers and workstations, deliver remote support, asset/inventory tracking and reporting, patch management and client reporting. By concentrating on what causes support companies and their clients the most hassle, GFI MAX RemoteManagement delivers a highly effective solution at only a fraction of the effort and expense of other more bloated RMM systems. GFI MAX RemoteManagement helps you build recurring revenues and deliver best-of-breed service to your customers.
(3of5) (Documentary) (480P) The Machine That Changed the World: The Paperback Computer. (OAD: 1992) Documentary overview: The Machine That Changed the World is the longest, most comprehensive documentary about the history of computing ever produced, but since its release in 1992, it’s become virtually extinct. Out of print and never released online, the only remaining copies are VHS tapes floating around school libraries or in the homes of fans who dubbed the original shows when they aired. Video Description: The development of the personal computer and user interfaces, from Doug Engelbart and Xerox PARC to the Apple and IBM PCs. Notes: Like the books of the Middle Ages, early computers were large, extremely expensive, and maintained by a select few. It seemed unlikely they’d be commonplace, partly because they were so difficult to use. Developing software was extremely tedious, the interface limited to writing instructions on punched cards. Ivan Sutherland’s revolutionary Sketchpad was the first graphical user interface, pioneering the fields of interactive computing, computer-aided drawing, and object-oriented programming. Douglas Engelbart’s NLS, demonstrated in the Mother of All Demos from 1968, demonstrated for the first time several concepts that would become commonplace: the mouse, CRT display, windowing systems, hypertext, videoconferencing, collaborative editing, screen sharing, word processing, and a search engine ordering by relevance. Xerox, realizing …
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