DataChambers Offers New "Dashboard" Service for Data Systems

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The technology firm DataChambers is offering a new dashboard tool that will make it easier for clients to monitor and troubleshoot their data systems. The tool is based on the latest version of ScienceLogic's EM7 Meta-Appliances.

Winston-Salem, NC (PRWEB) January 17, 2008 -- The technology firm DataChambers, LLC today announced that it has invested in new software that makes it easier for clients to monitor and troubleshoot their data systems.

DataChambers is a leading provider of disaster recovery and information management services for businesses. One of the company's core service offerings is the ability to monitor network equipment centrally, regardless of where that equipment is based.

The new online "dashboard" tool DataChambers now offers is able to consolidate a wide range of critical data used by technology managers and system administrators. On a single computer screen they have easy access to all the monitoring and diagnostic tools they need to minimize service disruptions and keep critical applications up and running -- from performance parameters and system availability to trouble tickets and alerts.

"DataChambers believes in investing in tools that can help businesses simplify the management of their information technology resources," said Nicholas Kottyan, DataChambers CEO. "By doing so we help our clients minimize their costs, while improving the performance and availability of their network."

The new dashboard capability offered by DataChambers is based on Version 5.1 of the ScienceLogic EM7 Meta-Appliances, industry-leading tools for monitoring and maintaining information technology infrastructure availability and performance. Businesses can easily customize the dashboard to meet their individual needs and to display the level of detail they prefer.

About DataChambers, LLC

DataChambers' objective is to meet the demand of small and medium businesses for stable, secure, long-range information management and continuity planning in the event of catastrophe. The company specializes in electronic data storage, network and monitoring solutions, managed hosting solutions, co-location services, secure tape vaulting, and off-site records storage and management. With redundancy and durability built into every critical component of the facility, clients can always rely on DataChambers' high-availability services. For more information, visit


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