We've just released a new version of FrameFlow with some improvements and fixes to keep FrameFlow running smoothly for all our users. Make sure to update at your earliest convenience to get our latest improvements.
A recent Google Chrome update caused an error when accessing FrameFlow for some users. The update adds new security requirements that prevent it from connecting to webservers running on IIS with self-signed SSL certificates with default settings. This article will show you how to fix it.
This blog post highlights the top four tools in FrameFlow that help you visualize the data that your event monitors collect. In this article, we'll go over status graphs, FrameFlow's Graph Explorer, sector graphs, and the device drill down feature. Don't miss out!
FrameFlow IT Monitoring has deep support for SNMP. From our extensive list of specialized SNMP event monitors to our free SNMP browser tool, we're sure you'll find a tool that's suited to your needs. Read on to discover four of our most useful SNMP monitoring features.
Did you know that FrameFlow has a monthly ad-free newsletter that keeps you up-to-date on the latest FrameFlow happenings? Users who are subscribed are among the first to know about the new updates and features we release. Read on to learn more.
Recently, users worldwide have discovered that Windows Secure Time Seeding (STS) can cause the time on Windows systems to reset spontaneously to the wrong time, wreaking havoc on time-based tasks. Learn how FrameFlow's Windows Time Event Monitor can help you detect issues with Windows STS and solve them before they create larger problems.
Did you know you can select certain drives to ignore with the System Health Event Monitor? This feature helps you cut down on redundant alerts about conditions that are above the threshold you use to monitor all your other network devices. Read on to learn how to customize your System Health monitor to your unique alerting needs.
This blog post will show you three time-saving shortcuts, from batch operations to setting maintenance windows for multiple devices at once. We bet you haven't heard of all 3 shortcuts!
Learn how to integrate FrameFlow with other popular software to maximize its efficiency and features. Microsoft Teams, PagerDuty, and Slack.
FrameFlow v2023.8 fixes two issues some users were experiencing with version 2023.7: an issue affecting PowerShell monitors in some configurations and a problem with the pending update check performed by the Windows Update Event Monitor. Update ASAP to receive these improvements.
By default, FrameFlow sends you one email for each device that is found by your event monitor to have a problem. With event grouping, you can strategically group alerts from one event monitor into a single email for easy viewing. This article will show you how.
In-app alerts are one thing, but did you know you can receive alerts to your email, phone, and Microsoft Teams channels to stay in-the-know any time, anywhere? This article shows you three different ways to get real-time FrameFlow notifications about your IT assets so you never miss a beat.
FrameFlow v2023.1 is our first major release of the year and we've been working on it for months. Thanks to our users for the patience! In this What's New post, we'll go over the new features we've been cooking up since before the new year began.
We've recently added a new section to our product menu called Use Cases! There, you'll find detailed articles that cover problems you may encounter in your IT environment and solutions spanning across multiple event monitors. Make sure to check it out! Presently, we've got three articles ready for you to read and in the near future we'll be adding to that list.
FrameFlow's current version is now v2022.14! Make sure to log in and upgrade soon to receive the following fixes:
We're back with another instalment of our blog series on FrameFlow Reporting! This post covers the five different types of inventory reporting we provide. Read on to learn how to create targeted, logical spreads of information about your network devices!
This is the second half of our report elements walkthrough. This time, we're focusing on the more advanced panels. To learn more about elements that cover system uptime, multi-site configurations, or SNMP bandwidth, click the "Read More" below.
This blog post highlights the Device Type setting for network devices and shows you how to take advantage of all the options it unlocks. Read on to find out how to add network device tabs for things like services, event logs, VMs, updates, and more, all accessible in the network device's interface.
This article covers some miscellaneous actions you can perform to tailor your FrameFlow alerts to your organization's purposes. This is the last of three articles that cover advanced notification actions. View the prior two below!
Our latest major release is packed full with new and improved features to make your FrameFlow experience smoother and more comprehensive than ever before! Read on to learn about new sign-in options, change to the Reports section, new event monitors, and more:
This is the first blog post in a series of 3 that will discuss FrameFlow's advanced notification settings. This article highlights the best practices needed to schedule alerts based on who's on duty at what time.
FrameFlow encourages you to go beyond out-of-the-box monitoring and create new IT monitoring actions that serve you and your organization. This article details how to configure Windows Firewall monitoring with the Registry Event Monitor.
FrameFlow's current version is now v2022.5! Make sure to log in and upgrade soon, as this small update addresses issues with PagerDuty monitoring that were experienced by some users in earlier versions.
The final half of our tutorial series on dashboard panels is now live! The featured tutorials are sector graphs, the System Health dashboard panel, and many more. This blog post briefly highlights each dashboard panel, while the tutorials we've released on the Features page offer a deeper dive into the functionality of each panel type. Read on below!