May Newsletter – 2014

ManageEngine
Newsletter
May 2014
ADAudit Plus
Product
News & Updates

Free SNMP MIB Browser is now available for Linux

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With ADManager Plus you can now customize your columns at the time of report
scheduling and sort the reports using specific columns. In addition, the upcoming release also adds support for MSSQL database

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Site24x7 Free Tool – Test your websites to check if they are vulnerable to the Heartbleed bug.

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AD360 debuts its 64-bit version; offers better stability and memory management to cope with large deployments

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OpUtils adds IPv6 Address Management in IPAM. Now, administrators can quickly discover/add their IPv6 addresses, add Global Prefix/ Subnets and scan them periodically to get the status.

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Password Manager Pro now supports SAML 2.0 and integrates with federated identity management solutions for single sign on

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DeviceExpert has added support for new device models, including Juniper WLAN Controllers and Cisco ASR Mobile Gateways

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Exchange Reporter Plus now lets you gain insight into department based mail traffic with 4 new reports

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Analyst Blogs
Fully Controlled and Closely Monitored Remote Access, a Critical Aspect of DCIM
Zero-day vulnerability highlights the perils of using an EOLed platform
What drives a compelling shopping experience for your IT customers?
The lighter side of IT history
Four Reasons Why You Must Use ManageEngine’s Free Windows Health Monitor

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