There are many new features that have been added in the latest release. One nice obvious feature which was suggested by a prospective customer makes it very easy to see if Alerts are turned on or off by adding an indicator on the status bar. There are also many enhancements that are..
Hi all, If you are running VitalSigns 10.23 to 10.26, then please update to the most recent 10.27. 10.27 fixes a number of important items, for instance if your scheduled report have been arriving without any data in them, then this update should take care of it.
BLUG is off to a great start, with almost 300 attendees and speakers from 10 different countries… We made an exciting announcement here and I thought I’d share with all of you. It isn’t quite done yet, but we’re using the opportunity of this major show in Europe to announce what’s coming in the latest..
We are pleased to announce that Alan Forbes, RPR Wyatt Director of Product Development, will be presenting at the Belgium Lotus User Group (BLUG) in Antwerp, March 22nd and 23rd . Alan will be presenting his latest findings on Maximizing Monitoring for Traveler. If you are going, please be sure to say hello. RPR Wyatt..
Hi all, I’m at the Dev Connections show in Las Vegas this week, learning all I can about best practices in monitoring Exchange Servers as well as Lync, Sharepoint, and more. It’s no Lotusphere, but it does seem like over 2,000 attendees.
Today we released 10.14 at the request of our newest customer, Banner Engineering. This has a new alert type that allows you finer control over who gets alerts when. The new types are Server Not Responding and Network Issue. I think it’s a great new feature, because personally I need to get server down messages..
VitalSigns now can scan the log file for keywords. The way it works is that when VS first starts up, it goes to the last document in the log file and scans it for the words or phrases you are interested in. The next scan, it remembers where it left off and scans from that..
This webinar will include a look “under the hood” of a complex Domino environment as well as a live Q&A with our Domino Support Expert, Heather Hottenstein. It’s crucial for every Domino Administrator to know how to properly configure their servers to ensure the safety of their organizational and user data.