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The 5 reasons why PRTG is the solution of choice for CCTV monitoring

Digital transformation is bringing equipment like CCTV devices into our networks. If this intricate network of devices and systems goes down, major problems could occur. A monitoring solution like PRTG Network Monitor can help to prevent downtime and give IT teams, as well as the security or facility maintenance teams, peace of mind.

HCI, Nutanix and visibility with PRTG

What was once considered a buzz word just a few years ago has now become a dominant force in data centers around the world. Hyper convergence or Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) is the next evolution in abstraction within server infrastructure.

Monitor your AWS costs with PRTG

Do you use Amazon Web Services (AWS) for anything, anything at all really? If so, you’ve likely had a bill or two be much more costly than expected. Or maybe you’ve just paid them without actually knowing if they were way too expensive! It’s almost like they want you to overspend.

Everything there is to know about managing your WiFi bandwidth

Bandwidth monitoring and management is a useful way to understand and make the best use of the bandwidth you have, and to identify potential bandwidth problems. Here's some general information about bandwidth and how to really get the most out of your WiFi – and what PRTG Network Monitor can do for you.

Know when Zoom is down with PRTG

For many of us, meetings that used to happen in person are now happening virtually since much of the world has switched to working remotely. Because we are relying so heavily on conducting important business meetings over online meeting platforms, monitoring the availability of those online services is more important than ever.

Monitoring Microsoft Direct Access with PRTG

In the time of global crisis affected by COVID-19, where many companies are working from home, there are different technologies used by end-users to remotely access corporate network infrastructure. These include different types of VPNs and Direct Access. The health of the network infrastructure and the quality of the remote connections is directly related to the business and customer satisfaction. Based on this, it is highly important to have all business services up and running. The proper medicine is in being proactive and monitoring and managing the health state of remote connections by using the right monitoring tool, PRTG Network Monitor. We have already discussed how PRTG can monitor VPN connections before. If you missed it, check this link.

Monitoring from home with PRTG: 3 things to watch in your IT network

The recent move towards remote work in the past few weeks has been nothing short of tremendous. In most cases, IT departments all over the world have just about worked miracles to get it all working (just like ours did). But, as any IT administrator will tell you: the battle is not over. Because it’s one thing to get this all up and running, but another thing to keep it up and running. 

Go big with Paessler PRTG Enterprise Monitor

The challenges with monitoring large IT environments are plentiful: often the infrastructure is distributed over multiple locations, you probably have hundreds or even thousands of devices to monitor, and you are usually dealing with multiple monitoring solutions and hardware manufacturers. Additionally, many devices provide their own dashboards, which means that you have more than one place to look when you are troubleshooting problems or performing diagnostics.

IoT – Is it a hype?

In my opinion, right now there's way too much hype on the technologies and not enough attention to the real businesses behind them. (Mark Cuban) Technological hypes have the interesting characteristics of being both devastating and significant. They can disruptively cause entire companies to cease to exist virtually overnight, and perhaps at the same time show what society and the economy are most diseased by. If you follow the buzzword "IoT" in publications, new products and general price developments on the market, you might suspect that IoT  has been a more or less pronounced hype for quite some time now; but is that right?

Paessler BitDecoder presented in a keynote at the embedded world 2020

We already announced the launch of the Paessler BitDecoder a few months ago. Here we present to you what there is to know about the Paessler BitDecoder in the form of a keynote video from the embedded world 2020.

All you need to know about PRTG Release 20.1.57 (and some additional updates…)

It's not that long ago that I wrote about PRTG release 20.1.56 here in the blog. Due to the worldwide COVID-19 situation, I also got a bit confused regarding times and priorities. How we as a company continue to work in these stormy times, and what tips we have for you, you can read here:

Monitoring complex IoT environments with a no-code approach

This goes to all developers of IoT solutions, be it in the Smart Building, Industry, Agriculture or Smart Environment fields. Do you want to build something that does not yet exist, something that makes people's lives better, or at least helps industry to optimize processes? Do you want to implement your project as quickly and effectively as possible and above all else, with as little coding as possible? Let's talk about an IoT no-code approach!

New versions of PRTG for Android and PRTG for iOS: 20.0.0

A few days ago we published an update for our mobile apps and released version 20.0.0 of PRTG for Android and PRTG for iOS. We have decided to have a staged rollout, so not every device will immediately receive the new version.

PRTG Desktop for Linux available as Public Beta NOW!

In mid-January we teased that we were working on a Linux version of PRTG Desktop. In a previous blog article, we asked for your feedback on which Linux distributions you use - thanks for your participation!

PRTG Release 20.1.56 comes with an AWS Cost Sensor (and other cool features)

Whew, what's the best way to start today? The stable release 20.1.56 of PRTG Network Monitor was released almost a month ago (which means that the next version, 20.1.57, will be online soon). Usually we let 1-2 weeks pass between the initial release and the blog post. This gives us time to collect feedback and maybe add some more information to the article.