Network monitoring company, Paessler is hosting a half-day event in Milton Keynes on the 13th June for IT admins to explore why monitoring is an essential part of tomorrow’s IT admin toolkit. Hosted at Bletchley Park - the home to British decoding, Paessler’s 'Night at the Museum' will uncover what the future of network monitoring looks like.
With recent research from Paessler showcasing that more than half of IT admins are frustrated by nasty network surprises - the event offers the perfect opportunity for IT professionals to learn more about the benefits of an effective monitoring system, and how to implement one.
The day will include a variety of workshop sessions starting with the monitoring basics and best practice, moving into troubleshooting and how the IT role is changing with non-IT workloads coming into focus.
Some reputable brands are attending the event, with a leading global travel search site presenting their PRTG use case.
“IT admins truly are the unsung heroes of the technology world. There’s little appreciation for the work that they do - and little understanding about the role that they play in keeping networks (and businesses) up and running. At Paessler, we know the pressure IT admins are under and we aim to empower our users by making their job as easy as possible.” said Martin Hodgson, Head of UK and Ireland at Paessler.
Hodgson continued: “Ultimately, this event is all about the IT admin. We want to work together to create a better future with PRTG. By sharing our positive - and sometimes negative - experiences with one another, we can all become masters of our networks.”