Ever wonder how other IT professionals use WhatsUp Gold?
Marston’s, Britain’s largest brewer of cask beer, has a cool use-case story. The brewers were interested in growing their business to become known for more than great beer and pubs. They wanted their evolving clientele to know them for also providing a fun public WiFi hotspot and the place to play the latest internet-connect gaming products.
Tweet As technology evolves so does the ability for people to hack it. Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold is staying ahead of the game with its versatile network traffic analyzer, Flow Monitor. Did you know it’s rarely an apocalyptic hack, like the ones depicted in SyFy films, of which businesses should be weary? Instead – according to [...]
TweetYou wouldn’t pay for $3oo bucks for a new iPod and then fork over a fee to Apple every time you played a song, would you? Didn’t think so. But that’s what Solarwinds asks its customers to do every time they purchase Orion, their network management software. See, Orion defines an element as the smallest [...]
TweetIntroducing More Tools and Improved Usability The WhatsUp Gold v14.3 and the fully integrated WhatsVirtual 2.0 plugin are officially available for download folks! With this latest release the Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold team is proud to arm the Network Admins and IT Managers of the world with the fastest, most intuitive, and most scalable version of [...]
TweetWe’re having a blast at Cisco Live! Las Vegas this year! We’ve met a lot of you out there and have loved hearing your feedback on WhatsUp Gold‘s network management software and plug-ins. If you’re in Vegas and haven’t had a chance to stop by booth #1751 at the Mandalay Bay yet, swing by today! [...]
TweetThe World Cup is just three short weeks away. But before you prepare your wardrobe for the month of matches (get those jerseys laundered will you??) we suggest preparing your network for the event. Now, you may be saying “Huh? What are you talking about; why should I be thinking about my network when I [...]
TweetHappy Birthday YouTube! Did you know that while the online video giant’s official birthday is February 14, 2005, it was exactly five years ago today that the very first video was uploaded? Well if you didn’t, now you do. The video was titled “Me at the Zoo,” shot by Yakov Lapitsky. It was just 19 [...]
TweetI’m sure many of you opened your browser to Google this morning to see the capitol of Kansas replace the search giant’s name. If you’re like me, your first reaction was something like “Really Google? That’s all you got? Topeka? Come on . . .” Disappointing given Google’s past April Fool’s jokes, like Google Paper [...]
TweetTwenty years and counting in business and WhatsUp Gold just keeps getting better! We’re excited to announce our largest release in the history of Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold today – v14.2. We couldn’t have done it without our customers – literally. You guys are responsible for the development and inclusion of four new major features: - [...]
TweetEvent Logs on Windows servers and workstations can pile up quickly and really, the task of storing, sorting and reporting on that log data is too important to leave room for human error. Your senior management depends on you to take the necessary steps to meet and report on regulatory compliance standards like Sarbanes Oxley, [...]