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WhatsUp Gold Honored in Redmond Magazine Reader’s Choice Award

Ipswitch, Inc.’s Network Management Division, developer of the WhatsUp Gold suite of innovative IT management software, is pleased to announce they have won Silver in the 2013 Redmond Reader’s Choice Awards Best of the Best for General Network Monitoring Tool.

“We are honored to receive this award from the Redmond community,” said Ennio Carboni, President and General Manager of Ipswitch's Network Management Division. “We take pride in the fact that our network management tool, WhatsUp Gold, is an easy to use and cost-effective solution for organizations of all sizes and is viewed in the same class with enterprise solution providers.”

The winners of the General Network Monitoring Tool category are:

  • GOLD: Cisco Syslog Analyzer
  • SILVER: Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold
  • BRONZE: IBM Tivoli NetView

The awards appear in the February issue and online.

WhatsUp Gold is a proactive monitoring and IT management solution that provides visibility and actionable intelligence to manage complex and dynamic network, system and application environments. To try WhatsUp Gold for your organization, download a 30 day trial from WhatsUpGold.com.

About the Network Management Division of Ipswitch, Inc.

The Network Management Division of Ipswitch, Inc. is the force behind WhatsUp Gold, the integrated suite of IT management solutions. Over 100,000 networks – from SMBs to enterprises – depend on WhatsUp Gold for comprehensive network, system, application and log monitoring and management in both physical and virtual infrastructure environments.

Ipswitch’s AlertFox End-User Monitor (EUM) is a service that tracks website availability and performance by synthetically monitoring multi-step Web transactions from an end-user perspective. AlertFox ensures top notch performance of your Web applications and websites from inside or outside your firewall.

After 20 years in business, Ipswitch continues to develop products that solve IT managers’ problems worldwide – with U.S. headquarters in Lexington, MA and offices in Atlanta and Augusta, GA and Madison, WI, as well as international offices in Netherlands and Japan.

To learn more about WhatsUp Gold, please visit: www.whatsupgold.com/products/download/

About Redmond magazine

1105 Redmond Media Group’s Redmond magazine provides cutting-edge product, business and how-to information to network professionals, IT managers and IT directors working on the Microsoft Windows platform. The monthly publication reaches 100,000 qualified subscribers. For more information, visit Redmondmag.com.

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