We are very happy to announce that FrameFlow v2018.4 is now available for download. Users with perpetual licenses or active subscriptions can login into their account on our site to get the latest version. Simply download the setup and run it. Our installer will perform the upgrade while preserving all of your settings.
If you are currently evaluating FrameFlow, head to our download page to get the latest version. Just like the licensed version just run the setup and it will take care of all upgrade tasks while preserving your configuration. If you need a bit more time to explore the new features in v2018.4 then contact us for an extension to your trial.
As I write this, our development team is preparing v2018.4 for release. Version 2018.4 is a major update and we’ll be posting here in the coming days to tell you more about the features and updates that it includes.
In this new release, we’ve added 11 new device icons, each in our four standard sizes and in light and dark versions so they look great on all your dashboards and in the other parts of the FrameFlow interface.
Many server and IT systems monitoring solutions require that you install “agents” on the machines that are being monitored. This blog post explains why, in today's security environment, agents introduce unacceptable...
In January, FrameFlow kicked off 2018 with a major release (FrameFlow Version 2018.1) and the launch of our new website, which is specifically designed to better communicate what FrameFlow server and IT monitoring software is all about and how it can benefit your business or organization.
You probably manage a lot of servers to power the information and data processing needs of your organization. Some of these servers may be in the cloud, but other servers need to be managed on site, or at remote sites within your business. Many of your servers and data centres are very important to the core functions of your operations and need to be continually monitored for availability, health and performance to ensure that your servers keep going strong and your networks keep flowing along… as you need them to be!
Many have referred to the Internet of Things (IoT) as the “third wave” of the internet evolution. Consumers can’t help but notice the increasing array of connected devices coming online, ranging from washing machines and refrigerators to personal fitness trackers and automobiles, and even intelligent machines imbedded into clothing, that are popping up everywhere. What many consumers may not realize is that industry is also getting on board with the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) in a big way. At FrameFlow, we’re acutely aware of how the growing IIoT is dramatically impacting our commercial world, and how important it is to monitor the performance of IIoT devices and sensors.