SharePoint Availability, Performance and Usage – Webinar April 8th – Cure SharePoint Headaches with GSX Monitor and Analyzer

Join Atidan for an exciting demonstration of GSX Monitor and Analyzer for Microsoft SharePoint to monitor, report and alert on the components and services that really matter while staying two steps ahead of your end users issues.  Tuesday April 8th, 11 AM EDT / 15:00 GMT.  Register here!  http://goo.gl/3Pwf8f

GSX Monitor & Analyzer provides full service tracking for SharePoint, checking availability, performance and usage from a real time overview console. The solution provides advanced alerts that pinpoint the source of emerging issues for corrective actions before they impact the business line. The latest enhancements include enhanced reporting, and user-based processing to improve performance and the overall user experience.
Register for this free webinar to learn more about the features presented in GSX Monitor & Analyzer v10.5:

 

 

    • A new Overview console that automatically discovers and detects your entire SharePoint environment in a consolidated view.

 

    • Advanced SharePoint farm, server, and site management via full service tracking.

 

    • Monitoring site level performance and size.

 

    • Performance of user scenarios across the global farm to enhance the user experience.

 

    • Server monitoring by role, including availability by server type, web front-end server, application server, and SQL server check of availability and size.

 

 

GSX Monitor and Analyzer for Microsoft SharePoint

 

All attendees will receive a free trial offer and special incentives!  For additional information or personal demonstration contact us gsx@atidan.com.

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