Jul 27 2017

e-Book on Avoiding 3 Common Network Monitoring Pitfalls Released by Ipswitch

Avoid Fails with Best Practices of High-Performing IT Teams Derived from Recent Study by Enterprise Management Associates

LEXINGTON, Mass. – July 27, 2017Ipswitch®, the leader in easy to deploy, manage and use file transfer and network management software, released the new e-book, “3 Network Monitoring Fails and How to Avoid Them,” highlighting the best practices that high-performing IT teams use to avoid the three most common network monitoring fails. Based on research from Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), the e-book reviews what processes and systems can lead to network monitoring fails, best practices used by high performing IT teams to avoid these fails and how research shows that fewer monitoring tools lead to faster problem resolution.

Some IT teams unknowingly implement processes and systems that lead to common monitoring fails. Research shows that low performing IT teams spend more time reacting to issues they are ill-prepared to resolve. Many IT teams set themselves up for failure by adopting processes, tools and behaviors that are not helpful and spend too much time resolving issues. Many teams fail to find and fix the root cause of issues.

“Every IT team wants to be and look their best, so it can be helpful to be aware some of the common fails that they can unknowingly fall into,” said Kevin Conklin, Vice President of Product Marketing at Ipswitch. “This e-book looks at how to avoid those fails by employing the practices of some of the world’s highest performing IT teams and the tools to get you there.”

Ipswitch WhatsUp® Gold is the favorite network monitoring tool of tens of thousands of IT professionals, helping them to avoid common fails. Ipswitch recently announced the 2017 Plus version of WhatsUp Gold now with new cloud capabilities, new layers of security and additional user driven enhancements. It allows monitoring any mix of networks, servers, virtual machines, applications, traffic flows and configurations across Windows, LAMP and Java environments. For more information, visit:
https://www.ipswitch.com/application-and-network-monitoring/whatsup-gold

To download the e-book, visit: https://www.ipswitch.com/resources/whitepapers-ebooks/3-network-monitoring-fails-and-how-to-avoid-them

 

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About Ipswitch
With over 1 million users from 42,000 companies managing more than 150,000 networks in 116 countries, Ipswitch designs and develops industry-leading software that enables the easy delivery of 24/7 performance and security across cloud, virtual and on-premise environments. IT teams worldwide rely on 25 years of innovation to optimize and secure business transactions, applications and infrastructure with Ipswitch MOVEit® secure file transfer, Ipswitch WhatsUp® Gold network monitoring and Ipswitch WS_FTP®. Available directly or through strategic alliances with leading IT vendors and the company’s fast-growing global partner ecosystem, Ipswitch’s wide portfolio improves application and network performance, monitors diverse IT environments and ensures secure exchange of data that meets PCI, HIPAA, GDPR and other industry and government data security and regulatory requirements.

The company has offices throughout the U.S., Europe, Asia and Latin America. For more information, visit https://www.ipswitch.com/ or connect on LinkedIn and Twitter. To learn about Ipswitch’s strategic alliances or global network of partners, visit https://www.ipswitch.com/partners.


Media Contact:
Benedicte Ferrari
bferrari@ipswitch.com


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