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  • 27 November 2012 09:40

By techs for techs - seminars show how to harness full power of Whatsup Gold

The most powerful, robust and cost-effective performance monitoring software available in its class.

SYDNEY, November 27, 2012. Digital Networks Australia (DNA), distributor of Ipswitch’s WhatsUp Gold solution in Australia, has announced a series of technical seminars on the software’s latest features. Whatsup Gold is the most powerful, robust and cost-effective performance monitoring software available in its class.

The first events will be held in Sydney on November 28 and Melbourne on December 4. Further sessions will be announced for early 2013.

DNA’s chief executive, Martin Higham, said: “The emphasis will be on a technical level – by techs for techs. We will show how to harness the full power of WhatsUp Gold’s new features, and how the solution can be implemented in their environment. Existing and prospective customers will find value in engaging directly with both Certified WhatsUp Gold technical engineers and their peers.”

The recently released WhatsUp Gold v16 is based on technology that is tried, tested and proven on more than 150,000 networks. The solution allows complete network, server and application monitoring from a single pane of glass. It is the most intuitive, comprehensive and cost-effective IT management solution available today.

About Digital Networks Australia

Digital Networks Australia (DNA) provides edge connectivity and core visibility solutions and products to customers located throughout Australia. For more than 15 years the company’s solutions have allowed customers to extract more value, over a longer timespan, from their existing core network and data communication investments.

About the Network Management Division of Ipswitch, Inc.

The Network Management Division of Ipswitch, Inc. is the developer of the WhatsUp Gold suite of innovative IT management software. WhatsUp Gold is deployed on over 100,000 networks worldwide and delivers comprehensive network, system, application and event log monitoring and management solutions for small and medium businesses and enterprises. The award winning solution supports a wide range of IT management tasks including automated discovery, mapping, real-time monitoring, alerting, troubleshooting and reporting.

Founded in 1991, Ipswitch, Inc. is headquartered in Lexington, Massachusetts, and has offices in Atlanta and Augusta, Georgia and Madison, Wisconsin, as well as its European headquarters in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Ipswitch sells its products through distributors, resellers and OEMs worldwide. To learn more about WhatsUp Gold, please visit: http://www.whatsupgold.com/products/download/

For more information

Robert Power Digital Networks Australia Phone: (02) 8436 9653 Email: robert.power@dna.com.au

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