Level Platforms Manages Windows Server 2008

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Managed services providers can now exploit extensive new management features.

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Windows Server 2008 represents the new standard for server technology

Level Platforms Inc, the global market leader for remote monitoring and management software Managed Workplace®, today announced full support for Windows Server 2008 allowing solution providers the ability to monitor and manage their customers' latest Microsoft server technology.

In addition to extensive core server monitoring, Level Platforms also released updated Windows Server 2008 Security monitoring. Solution providers now have the ability to monitor security log events based specifically on Windows Server 2008, effectively monitoring user account logging, directory services logging, firewall logging and Windows filtering.

Level Platforms Windows Server 2008 support allows solution providers the ability to monitor the performance of Microsoft's Hypervisor (Hyper-V) technology, which is included in the Windows 2008 server 64-bit edition and allows multiple operating systems to run on one server.

"Windows Server 2008 represents the new standard for server technology," said Peter Sandiford, CEO Level Platforms, "Level Platforms' comprehensive policy-based monitoring allows our Partners to provide comprehensive monitoring and management of new technologies within days of their release and apply these new policies across their entire customer base within minutes. With this announcement Level Platforms' Partners can deploy fully managed Windows Server 2008 systems today."

About Level Platforms
Level Platforms is the leading provider of managed services software for IT solution providers servicing small and mid-sized end customers through its award-winning remote monitoring and management software, Managed Workplace. Managed Workplace provides everything a managed services provider needs to remotely monitor and manage their end customers' IT networks through a single web-based central dashboard. For more information, visit Level Platforms at http://www.levelplatforms.com.


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