Alerts

AlarmsOne is now multilingual

To extend our accessibility beyond English speaking countries and make IT alert management more flexible for our users, we have internationalized AlarmsOne. We’re happy to announce that AlarmsOne is now available in seven different languages. Now you can view

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Escalate alarms instead of overlooking them

What happens if your on-call staff is unavailable to act on a critical alarm? Chances are it would lead to a substantial loss for your business. But why worry when the appropriate person can be notified instantly to act on

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Custom API integrates in-house apps with AlarmsOne

Businesses use tons of custom-made, internal applications to monitor their IT infrastructure. To integrate those apps with AlarmsOne, we introduced email integration. But, as discussed in a previous blog, email alarms don’t contain rich data. To solve this

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Active Directory Alerting: Apples vs. Sour Cream

I know the title is a bit odd! However, I tried to come up with some items that were really different to make my point about different approaches to Active Directory alerting. Based on my tours around the world, Active

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Securing Active Directory: Group Membership Alerts

In our last installment, I showed you how you can analyze the current status of all of your groups that have elevated privileges. After you analyze your groups and ensure that only the correct users have elevated privileges, you then …

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Integrate Applications Manager alerts into IBM Tivoli Console

To meet the growing complexity of their infrastructures, organizations today use numerous monitoring tools to track the health of their business environments. These monitoring tools generate alerts of statistics, errors, notifications or any other information that may be crucial to

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Firewall Analyzer catches Spam Relays

“Be Proactive than Reactive” is a slogan for any NOC (Network Operations Control) or network specialist. The basic requirement is to ensure that there is no compromise activity on your network, and ensure the policies on …

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