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HAT Distribution signs A/NZ deal with Paessler
"We will be helping Paessler to enter new verticals and to secure larger enterprise clients," says managing director.
Paessler tailors network monitoring for OT environments
Paessler has strengthened its network monitoring solution with new capabilities that provide oversight or IT infrastructure and operational technology (OT) data insights.
Dynamic duo to lead Paessler APAC leadership team
Paessler AG has expanded its leadership team across the Asia Pacific region, as it looks to further expand its footprint in the market.
Paessler launches enterprise-scale monitoring solution
The PRTG Enterprise Monitor is a subscription-based licensing model tailored to large IT environments.
New Paessler solution connects PRTG with Node-RED
The connector will allow users to integrate the monitoring solution into manufacturing, IIoT or IoT environments that utilise Node-RED connectors.
Paessler prepares for expansion with new CEO appointment
Paessler has unveiled its new CEO and leader, following the departure of former CEO Christian Twardara.
Research highlights the biggest frustrations in Australian IT departments
“This IT situation needs to change if organisations want to thrive."
Making the most out of IPv6 deployment
IPv6 is the latest version of the Internet Protocol, which identifies devices across the internet so they can be located.
Five major risks of letting shadow IT go unchecked
A department creating its own bespoke IT solution may sound like a good idea, but are the risks really worth it?
Security cameras – a latent botnet network?
In a comparison of 16 indoor and outdoor IP surveillance cameras, researchers found only one well-protected device.
How CTOs can get the most out of their performance metrics
"Industry research suggests that deploying and managing networking infrastructure consumes a whopping 36% of IT budgets."
Connected humans and the quest for health, wealth and happiness
"By 2020 it’s estimated there will be more than 20 billion connected devices in use."
IoT security forecast to become a 1.5 billion dollar market
"IoT cyber attacks are already a frighting reality, with 20% of companies reporting breaches."
Paessler protects world’s most precious computing artefacts
Without air conditioning, The National Museum of Computing must keep a close eye on environmental factors like temperature, humidity, and UV light levels.
Paessler and Sigfox partner for IoT monitoring solution
PRTG Network Monitor provides real-time visibility of the IT infrastructure associated with Sigfox’s dedicated network.
What SMEs need to know about the role of the network in digital transformation
According to recent research, digital transformation will contribute US$7 billion to New Zealand’s GDP.
Network infrastructure: The foundation of a successful business
"With modern technologies taking us online, businesses and governments must keep up."
Is LPWA the key to affordable and globally available IoT?
Transmission via this technology is at least ten times cheaper than GPRS or 3G.
Paessler’s new partnership programme for innovation through collaboration
Paessler says they are trying to foster collaboration with technology partners to provide integrated and combined solutions.
Comprehensive Infrastructure monitoring long overdue in healthcare digitalisation
To ensure the availability of these systems, comprehensive monitoring of both IT and medical devices is required.
What are the pros and cons of on-prem data centres vs cloud?
There is a lot of murkiness around cloud solutions and data centres because the distinctions aren’t always made clear - here it is in black & white.
Paessler to demonstrate network monitoring-as-a-service at upcoming AWS Summits
Paessler will be showcasing PRTG in the cloud at the upcoming AWS Summits in Sydney, Australia, from April 10 to April 12 and Seoul South Korea.
Connectivity and the city: Monitoring on the world stage
For just this reason, all eyes (and CCTV cameras) are about to be on the city of the Gold Coast in Queensland for the Commonwealth Games.
Why IT teams need to take control of healthcare's physical security tech
An ill patient collapses in a hallway but there’s nobody there to help. Could CCTV have alerted somebody to what happened?