Stay ahead of outages
What causes IT outages? Human error, hardware issues, and environmental factors can all contribute. Implementing cyber and network monitoring is one of the most basic and simple ways to prevent these outages from happening in the first place. Cyber and network monitoring gives us the visibility we need to stay one step ahead of potential issues. By showing live network performance data in an easy-to-read interface, cyber and network monitoring software helps us identify outages that could cause bottlenecks for your business.
Fix issues faster
In a an outage, time is money. Cyber and network monitoring makes problem-solving easier and faster for time-strapped businesses. Whether it is a hardware error or an abnormal traffic fluctuation, cyber and network monitoring software helps you get to the bottom of issues once and for all. Live network maps lead us to the origin of problems, and status windows give us performance metrics over time. Also, network automation tools help us go one step further; not only can we identify problems via network monitoring, but we can fix them much faster.
Gain immediate ROI
Most business face heavy workloads and increasingly complex projects, often without the ideal time, staff, or budget needed to complete them. The right cyber and network monitoring tool can deliver immediate ROI. Without the need to manually dig into network performance, staff have time back in their day to work on more critical projects. Finding the source of issues cuts down on tedious troubleshooting time, and getting ahead of IT outages reduces the costs of outages to your organization.
Manage growing, changing networks
With technology innovation and the rise in connected devices, today’s businesses environments are growing in size. The number of Internet-connected things is expected to reach 20.4 billion by 2020, according to one Gartner report—and while most of those devices are consumer-focused, 3.1 billion of those total connected things will be business-related in 2017. Whether that’s internet-enabled sensors, wireless devices, or cloud technologies, all this equipment needs to be monitored continuously for major fluctuations and suspicious activity.
- Complete asset inventory
- Complete asset versioning information
- Complete firewall and router management with threshold monitoring and reporting
- Complete network diagrams with all endpoints, routers, switches and wireless access points
- Complete network intrusion monitoring