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January 17, 2014

MMSOFT Design Enhances PC Monitor with Raspberry Pi Support

MMSOFT Design, a provider of remote PC monitoring solutions, recently upgraded its PC Monitor product, adding support for Raspberry Pi, a low-cost Linux machine. It has also added new features to support VMWare systems, allowing users to manage virtual machines and view running status, health state and heartbeat as well as starting, pausing and stopping virtual machines and hosts.

The PC Monitor allows users to securely monitor and take action on any IT system remotely from any smartphone or tablet. Launched in 2011, the solution has found mass adoption and is now being used by over 250,000 consumers and professionals in over 100 countries around the world.

Some of the enterprise customers of PC Monitor include Dell (News - Alert), Louis Vuitton, Northwestern University, Condé Nast and British Columbia Institute of Technology.

"Enterprise IT isn't typically seen as a business with lots of innovation, but we've worked very hard at PC Monitor to provide an amazing product experience to our customers," said Marius Mihalec, founder and CEO of PC Monitor, in a statement. "With these latest product additions, we're continuing our commitment to our customers to provide an unparalleled experience for IT administrators all over the world.”

The PC Monitor application is built “mobile-first,” making it available across all mobile platforms. It allows system administrators to monitor and take action  on their systems, and it offers a unique Cloud API for all users.

MMSOFT Design also integrated PC Monitor with PagerDuty and Zendesk. With PagerDuty, PC Monitor users are able to receive SMS notifications or phone calls for systems while Zendesk integration allows users to create tickets for each notification that fit specific criteria.

PC Monitor is offered for a monthly pricing of $1 a system for the subscription tier, and $1.08 a system for the Enterprise version.  A free version of the software is available that offers full functionality for up to five systems.




Edited by Rachel Ramsey
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