Monitoring 24/7/365 using hosted software
Monitoring all server event logs
Monitoring for proper AV updates and activity
Monitoring backup status, onsite or remote
Monitoring firewall activity
Monitoring hack/spam relay attempts
Monitoring system bottlenecks including processes and ram utilization
Real-Time Inventory collection and reporting
Dedicated remote tech support
What Proactive Monitoring does for YouTop Three Results Organizations See from Proactive Monitoring
Improved Productivity- Most problems display warning signs of some sort before becoming critical issues. Unchecked, these signs can become a problem any moment and affect the work day. Catching it before it happens reduces downtime and increases productivity.
Improved Reliability- The newest equipment may not perform well if there are small problems still occurring upon replacement. Making sure that everything on your network is being monitored increases the reliability of all of your equipment.
Save Money- Improved Productivity and Increased Reliability leads directly to more profits. Spend less on equipment that is being monitored and treated right, avoid costly repairs and replacements of equipment, and be confident that your network is being watched and performing to it's full capacity.