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2016-Jan-26 by Dirk Paessler
The following information only affects you if you are running PRTG Network Monitor V18.104.22.1689/2230 (released on April 28th 2015) through V22.214.171.1247/1258 (released on January 18th 2016).
2016-Jan-22 by Anne Christin Braun
Right in time for the Advent season we prepared a Christmas themed PRTG cut-out for each week in December. We asked you to grab your scissors and to get crafty with us. In return, every submission entered had the chance to win a Bose SoundLink Mini II Bluetooth Speaker at the end of the campaign as well as four PRTG goodie bags. Although we had only five prizes to give away we wanted to share all the fantastic entries we received.
2016-Jan-20 by Thomas Timmermann
PRTG Network Monitor offers a comprehensive overview of the performance and availability of your entire IT infrastructure. Each PRTG sensor provides information on individual aspects of a device or service, while some of them, such as the email round trip sensors, monitor entire, predefined processes. With the Business Process Sensor, PRTG now goes one step further. It allows you to combine several sensors in one, defining your own, more complex processes, and display them in PRTG.
2015-Dec- 8 by Rupert Collier
It all began back in the spring/summer of 2015. I suggested to the team that we had made some fantastic progress with our channel partners over the past year or two and that we should submit an entry for Software Vendor of the Year in the upcoming CRN Channel Awards. Little did I know, 1200 words, a 2½ minute video and many months of nail biting later, that we would actually go on and win!
2015-Nov-30 by Anne Christin Braun
It's that time of year again and everybody likes a little surprise here and there.
We're pulling the rabbit Santa out of the hat, if you click here or on Santa:
2015-Nov-24 by Anne Christin Braun
We always love to learn about new ways to implement PRTG and have seen quite a lot of great usage scenarios in the past. Naturally, we were really excited when we heard that Andreas Ginther set up a Letter Count Sensor "Smart Post Box" for his private mailbox! It tells him not only when he receives a letter, but also when the mailbox is emptied. This way, he always knows if he needs to start looking for the mailbox keys once he gets home.
2015-Nov- 4 by Thomas Timmermann
PRTG Network Monitor now comes with a new license targeted towards MSPs (Managed Service Providers) that makes it a perfect solution for offering "Monitoring as a Service" to your customers: the remote probes. Each license of PRTG from 100 to 5,000 sensors allows you to implement as many probes as you want to on your customers' networks. The probes send the monitoring data to the core server using SSL encryption. With the roles and rights model in PRTG you can even give your customers full access to their monitoring so they can manage it by themselves if they want to. You could also set up your customers' monitoring and deliver the results in reports or on custom maps.
2015-Oct-26 by Florian Staffort
You've always wanted to meet the Paessler team and ask them your questions about PRTG Network Monitor but none of the events we attend was close to you until now? Well, this is as close as it gets. Simply join us at the VMUG Virtual Event 3.0 to meet our US team and get in touch right from your office desk.
2015-Oct-20 by Florian Staffort
In February this year, our CEO Dirk Paessler shared some words on how to set up a cloud policy before entering the cloud with you. Since then, eight months have passed and you probably rely more on cloud services than ever before. While the backbone of your productivity still lies within a well working network and especially a functioning internet connection to use said cloud services, including them into your favorite monitoring software seems like the next logical step. With this and the next blog article, I want to introduce the new PRTG cloud sensors to you: They will help you to keep track of the most important values of your cloud services.
2015-Oct- 6 by Matt Barringer
The next version of Android, Android 6.0, has just been released, and it contains some important changes that affect apps like PRTG for Android. Since many of you will be upgrading over the next few months, we'd like to tell you how to keep the app running smoothly afterward.