WS Monitor

WS Monitor allows you to supervise the state and condition of your computers, keep track of the health of your system and address problems while they are still small. WS Monitor gives you peace of mind because minor failures can be addressed and resolved before they become major problems. Monitoring is available for Macs, Windows and Linux workstations and servers. 

The monitoring agent reports over an encrypted connection to our tracking servers.  None of your proprietary information leaves your computer. Your business stays your business. No one sees what is on your computer or what you are doing, but instead WS Monitor tracks the status of key system indicators, watching the general condition of the system's health.

Since WS Monitor is only scanning for problems, it does not change anything in your system. It lets the user or administrator handle issues that are found. Monitoring will not disrupt your work or slow you down.

WS Monitor is the first step in problem resolution. When an issue is discovered we are immediately notified. Key members of your staff can be granted access to the monitoring control panel to track the status of your workstations.

Other user-friendly features of WS Monitor include a Contact Menu and automatic updates. The Contact Menu gives you the ability to put common applications, websites, and information at the users fingertips. As new features are added, the monitoring client will automatically update when the agent checks in.

 

WS Monitor tracks the following, with updates being added continuously: 

Macintosh

Windows

Linux

Attached UPS monitoring
Raid Status
Warranty status 
Applecare coverage
Tests for numerous vulnerabilities
Time Machine monitoring
CCC Status
CrashPlan backup Checks
Boot volume capacity
Windows Update
Antivirus Status
Memory Status
Firewall Status
Battery Status
Windows Activation
Crashplan
MySQL
Apache
Networking Issues
Memory utilization
Failed login attempts

 

 

 


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