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What is server monitoring?

The data center is the brain of the company and the place where the most critical processes are run. It must provide the necessary resources and it is the responsibility of the business’s IT group to make decisions regarding the operations that secures servers, applications, services, and data across the data center.

Server monitoring describes the process of detecting automatically scanning servers on the network, helping the system administrator to identify irregularities or failures in order to fix the unexpected problems before they affect the productivity of your business. It is practically a measure to prevent and detect any issues before they evolve into something major.

Our History

March 15, 2016

Fast Load Time

March 07, 2016

Greate Support

February 22, 2016

Domains & Emails

February 02, 2016

Easy Instalation

January 22, 2016

Hi Quality Equipment

Testimonials

You guys are incredible, Your product is great and with support like this it only continues to improve! I have been and will continue to recommend SMon.com to industry colleagues. Keep up the good work.

Jeremy B.

Your product is by far the best I have ever used in this field, and I hope we can continue to work together.

Susan A.

I would like to personally thank the whole SMon.com team for your professionalism, support and continued collaboration.

Jason M.

I´m working in this industry for 15 years now, but I can hardly remember working with a software company with a support like you have. You listen and new features come really fast. I´m deeply impressed by your support and now have the feeling we made the 100% right choice to choose SMon.com.

Helen D.

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