WMI

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Top Ten April Fool’s Hoaxes

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 […]

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Customer Feedback: WhatsUp Gold Has the Power to Stop Your Phone’s from Ringing

Tweet As President of Ipswitch Inc.’s Network Management division I have had the opportunity to speak with many of our customers about their experience using WhatsUp Gold. Now, because WhatsUp Gold can be deployed and utilized in a variety of ways, each new story I hear varies from the last. But I have noticed a […]

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PlayStation 3 Network Outage

TweetI had a few free hours yesterday afternoon inbetween Sunday obligations so I did what many people do when blessed with extra time; I powered on my gaming console and sank into my couch for a quick game or two. I’ve been trying to wean myself from my “Little Big Planet” so I thought I’d […]

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Why, Take a Look at Who’s Entered High-Tech

TweetIs That Barbie in the Server Room? It’s official folks. Being a geek is, without a doubt, chic. Even Barbie’s doing it! Mattel announced last week that Barbie’s 125th career would be that of a computer engineer. Girl’s come a long way since her days as a secretary hasn’t she? Barbie’s latest foray into the […]

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Make an Impact on WhatsUp Gold’s Product Development

TweetJoin Our 14.2 and WhatsVirtual TTP Ipswitch’s network management division takes pride in developing software that keeps our users on the cutting edge of industry standards. You need a network management solution that will continue to evolve as the industry evolves. The latest product we’ve been developing, WhatsVirtual, is an answer to the growing industry […]

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Just What is WMI?

Tweet The Basics of WMI and Why You Need to Monitor It WMI is short for Windows Management Instrumentation. The technical definition for WMI is the infrastructure for management data and operations on windows-based operating systems. It is based upon the Desktop Management Task Force (DTMF) standard and is a specific set of extensions to […]

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The Network Managers TOP 10

TweetHere is a useful list of tips that network administrators can leverage in their everyday travails. 1. Assume nothing. Where does the real fault lie? Is it really the network or something else? Go to #10… 2. Is IP addressing correct? Proper subnetting and VLANs? 3. Conduct a visual inspection of the equipment. 4. Validate […]

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20 New Features of WhatsUp Gold v12 Network Monitoring Software

TweetIpswitch has been working hard on a new release of their network monitoring software and it is finally here. So without any further delay, let me highlight a few of the 20 new features of Whats Up Gold v12.0 that bring 360o visibility, actionable intelligence and complete control to network managers. Split Second Graphs – bring […]

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