Syslog

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More Automation and Out-of-the-Box Functionality with WhatsUp Log Management v10.1

TweetAlthough WhatsUp Log Management Suite v10 makes log management for security and compliance as painless as possible – we’ve now made it even easier to save time! With the version 10.1 update, there are many new ways to enhance efficiency: In addition to preexisting reports for HIPAA, SOX, etc, there are now new out-of-the-box, point-and-click […]

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Which is better: SNMP or Syslog?

TweetCustomers frequently ask questions about the necessity of Syslog. “I have turned SNMP on and am collecting SNMP stats and alerts. Isn’t that enough?” It depends. The first answer is relatively simple; if you are monitoring solely for up/down status, well known error conditions, some performance parameters and high-level troubleshooting, then SNMP will address your […]

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Need to collect, save, view, or forward syslog messages from anywhere on your network? Do you know about our free Syslog Server?

TweetWhatsUp Gold’s free Syslog Server provides you with a feature rich tool to help you manage your syslog needs, including enhanced export capabilities. View the messages in real-time or filter results data the way you need to see it. Take charge of your network by understanding the data your devices are giving you. Would you […]

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The WhatsUp Gold Engineer’s Toolkit is Back – Featuring NEW Tools

TweetThe WhatsUp Gold Engineer’s Toolkit was designed to make your life as a network administrator easier. We are excited to announce three new tools to help increase your ability to quickly and easily manage your network. Having trouble managing syslog messages from various parts of your network? Syslog Server allows you to collect, save, view […]

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WhatsUp Event Log Management 9.0 is here!

TweetThis new log management platform boosts enterprise security, regulatory compliance and forensics WhatsUp Event Log Management 9.0 allows enterprises of all sizes to protect critical information and meet important security and regulatory compliance requirements. The modular set of applications delivers a flexible, user-friendly format to simplify the challenges and complexity of log management. With WhatsUp Event […]

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Event Log Management Best Practices: Automatically Consolidate ell Log Records Centrally (Part 2)

TweetIt’s been awhile since our last post on Event Log Management (ELM) Best Practices, but the issue is no less prevalent. Last time we discussed the necessary categories of events to enable when performing security audits (log on, account log on, object access, process tracking, policy change, account management, directory service access, and system events). […]

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National Cyber Security Month – How does Your Network Measure Up?

TweetOctober is National Cyber Security Month.  In honor of this important topic in technology, we thought we’d chat a bit about our network management perspective on three common traps for security, risk management, and compliance: Risk management isn’t just about business continuity and security. It is about the personal risk of IT managers when compliance […]

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