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IT Monitoring Just Got Personal

Rove, the leading provider of mobile IT management solutions, today announced availability of a highly personalized, secure mobile monitoring capability that provides IT staff with the ability to keep a close watch over the systems under their intensive care.   

Released with Rove Mobile Admin 6.1, Rove’s Real-time Dashboard and Notification System is designed to run on tablet computers such as the iPad and the latest Android tablets, as well as iPhone, Android and BlackBerry smartphones. Support for RIM’s new BlackBerry PlayBook tablet is expected later this summer.

With this new version of Mobile Admin, Rove fills the gap traditional monitoring systems and desktop based computers are unable to address; IT experts need a higher level of control over the information flowing to them, and they can only act effectively when the information is relevant and fresh.

“I really like the live, real-time view Rove’s Dashboard gives me,” said Don Burrow, Network Engineer for the Associates in Women’s Health of Wichita Kansas. “While I do have a fair share of monitors set up on the systems I manage, I can now have the at-a-glance ability to see what’s going on no matter where I may be, and that can save me a lot of pain.”

IT is a 24 hour operation, 7 days a week. People who work in this demanding field need the ability to sort out real problems from the noise.

“Rove Mobile Admin gives me the ability to diminish the severity of an issue right from the start, and that means I can keep things well under control, even when there’s a lot happening,” added Jason Craig, Senior Systems Analyst at Modatek Systems, a division of Magna International and automotive Tier 1 and Tier 2 supplier of modular engine cradle assemblies, rear twist axles and full frames.

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Published Thursday, April 21, 2011 5:51 AM by David Marshall
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