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Cloud with an eagle eye

Posted on: October 21, 2010

Cloud can make your environment *more* secure. A new cloud service alerts IT pros when specific events happen in their environment. For example, you might want to receive an email when a sensitive resource gets accessed, certain permissions get granted, membership for a privileged group gets changed and so on. This all is now part of the Quest OnDemand Log Management service – just watch this two-minute video to see how it works:

(Full disclosure: I work for Quest Software and participate in our Quest OnDemand efforts.)

What’s best is that this is a cloud service – so no local deployment or additional infrastructure is required. You can just go to the website, sign-up for a free trial, download a small agent, and start getting alerts for the events you care about!

Cloud is good for you! Sign-up for a free trial now and have the cloud help you keep your environment secure.

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3 Responses to "Cloud with an eagle eye"

Dmitry, nice post. I was wondering if you could share with me, what video and audio recording app you are using. I’d like to record software demo’s on my own and would like to know what tools you use and what is your process. Thanks

Thomas,

I am a big fan of Camtasia: very easy to use and gives you pretty good results. They have a free 30 day trial, and it is not that expensive afterwards.

Good luck with the recordings!

Dmitry

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