Network management software should help IT professionals monitor remote systems, servers and networks effectively, saving them time and effort at the same time.
New York City, NY (PRWEB) August 22, 2013
Network management software serve many purposes. Their primary purpose is to let users uninterruptedly focus on IT tasks and projects. Network management software should help IT professionals monitor remote systems, servers and networks effectively, saving them time and effort at the same time. High-quality network management software are permeated by some timeless qualities such as reliability, feature comprehensiveness, user-friendliness and intuitive technologies.
The Boffin editors believe that this level of quality is not exclusive to commercial network management software. To confirm this claim, the editors at Boffin assessed open source network management software in order to bring together a competitive software list for individuals who cannot currently invest in a commercial network management software.
One of the free network management software is SevOne, an IT report generating freeware, that lets IT managers effectively monitor networks, applications and servers. The Boffin editors believe that the software is reliable and efficient enough to be used in IT departments of big corporations, as well as smaller-sized offices and companies.
Total Network Monitor is another freeware that impressed the Boffin editors with its effectiveness to instantly identify network failures. The Boffin editors were pleased by a unique feature that Total Network Monitor offers namely, the Network Scanner which works on the background, scanning and adding new networks to the existing network list. Presetting functions and tasks is another feature of the software that convinced the editors to include it in their list.
Monitor.Us is a unique entry in Boffin’s list of open source network management software since it’s a cloud-based program. Its all-inclusive monitoring approach lets the user control databases, cloud infrastructures, applications and other network-based systems through a user-friendly interface. The Boffin editors were impressed by the fact that this network management software already has a mobile version available for Android and Apple devices.
The Boffin editors reassured their readers that these software, along with new ones, will undergo reevaluations to make sure that the public has access to the most up to date open source network management software.
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