We've just released FrameFlow v2021.13, so make sure to update at your earliest convenience. This update contains improved compatibility with Slack, heightened performance for certain types of SNMP and ping monitoring, and a multitude of bug fixes.
To improve our Slack compatibility, we added the ability to post FrameFlow notifications to private Slack channels. We also fixed an issue that some users were encountering with posting notifications to Slack channels.
View everything v2021.13 has to offer in our change log.
On October 27th, we released a new tutorial on the Shared Folders Event Monitor. It detects and alerts about folders in your network devices that are readable or writable. This event monitor helps you keep track of what's shared and what's not, helping you keep sensitive information secured while making sure the necessary data is constantly available.
You can customize the Shared Folders Event Monitor's options to hone in on the types of shares that matter to you. It can alert about readable shares, writable shares, or any changes to your current list of shares. You can read more about its options and how to set one up in the Shared Folders Event Monitor tutorial.
Did you know FrameFlow has a Microsoft 365 Licenses Event Monitor? It watches license-related metrics like the total number of licenses, the number of consumed licenses, whether a license is due to expire, etc. This helps you keep the ideal number of licenses on hand at all times without spending extra on licenses that you don't need.
Our latest and greatest release is v2021.13, so make sure to login and update ASAP if you haven't already. Users who are having any issues are recommended to update before filing a support request.
That's all for this newsletter! We hope you're having a great Monday. Get in touch with us if you have any questions or comments about v2021.13 or suggestions for later releases.
The FrameFlow Team
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