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2014-06-23 12:32:35

READING, England, June 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Opsview survey of 550 IT staff finds budgets are on the rise but the overlap with business is putting pressure on IT departments Businesses' IT budgets are rising but overlap with overall business strategy is affecting the role of IT staff as organizations demand more, a new report [http://www.opsview.com/whats-new/blog/opsview-network-and-it-survey-2014 ] by Opsview has found. The report,...

2010-01-12 08:30:00

ANN ARBOR, Mich., Jan. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- The Linux Box is partnering with Opsera Limited to become an official Opsview reseller in the United States, with the goal of expanding the national presence of this award-winning network and infrastructure monitoring software suite. Opsview provides comprehensive system management capabilities used to monitor the health of today's most complex data centers. It enables IT managers to identify and fix issues with their systems before they impact...

2009-12-01 02:00:00

LONDON, December 1 /PRNewswire/ -- - New User Interface Design and Performance Graphing Capabilities Establish Opsview at the Forefront of Open Source Monitoring Technologies. Opsera Limited, a leading provider of Open Source software and services, today announced the release of Opsview Community version 3.5. Opsview 3.5 provides a completely redesigned user interface that makes it more efficient and even easier to use than before. Opsview is the award winning open source...

2009-02-05 02:00:00

LONDON, February 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Opsera Limited, a leading provider of Open Source software and services, today announced the release of Opsview version 3.0. This release represents a major milestone in Opsview's development and provides the foundations for significant new functionality currently under development. Opsview is a mature, stable and scalable application suite used for monitoring business critical IT systems in a wide number of organisations such as Allianz, Brittany...

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