SystemAnalyzer v.3.1

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System, Security, Application, Directory Service, DNS Server, File Replication, Print Server, ISA Server, Exchange Server, SQL Server, and IIS server event analysis Security is becoming an increasingly important part of everyday life, especially in computer system environments. Companies use firewalls and virus scanners to protect their network perimeter and systems from external threats. Unfortunately, not everybody who works at a company can be trusted. This is not necessarily because of malice. Industry studies show that more thank 70% of security issues originate internally. As a result there is real need to constantly monitor and analyze the inside world. It is estimated that when a system goes down, up to 90% of the time taken to restore the system goes in to the manual investigation and identification of the cause of the problem. eIQnetworks?SystemAnalyzer is as an easy to use and cost effective browser based Centralized Event Management solution that improves security, performance and reduces downtime of distributed servers and workstations. eIQ SystemAnalyzer monitors, collects and correlates event data from enterprise wide and distributed Windows, UNIX and Linux systems. eIQ SystemAnalyzer is the only event management solution in the industry that offers agent less architecture, browser based access, and heterogeneous system management.

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  • SystemAnalyzer
  • 3.1
  • eIQnetworks, Inc.
  • Windows 2003, XP, 2000
  • Demo
  • 14.2 Mb
  • 123
  • $795.00
 
 

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