m00nring,is a web application based on WEB 2.0 technology thanks to which the correct operation of hardware and software equipment can be constantly monitored in order to identify swiftly any problem by monitoring their duration and their extent.
Thanks to this application, which is proposed as a service usable by any terminal connected to the internet and a standard browser, Windows (XP, 2000, 2003) operative systems can be monitored, both in terms of hardware (make of microprocessor, available ram, serial number of the machine, network interfaces, disks, etc.) and in terms of software (installed applications and relative versions, printers, register keys, system events, network operation, etc). Thanks to constant automatic free updates, m00nring users do not need to carry out any maintenance and the application is supplied as a service.
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