Actionable Analytics for IT Professionals

When monitoring isn't enough. Our industry leading SaaS analytics platform uncovers IT infrastructure issues and helps you take immediate action. Solve problems faster; effectively plan for change.

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"RISC Networks analytics give our customers a deep level of visibility of their environment."

Bob Murphy, VP of Sales and Marketing

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Kealani Tosh, VP Technology

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Crossing The Insight-to-Action Gap

Traditional IT monitoring tools seem to have a gap between pretty graphs and actual benefits. Typically these tools focus on spikes and troughs. This just isn't good enough. Isn't it time you had a platform to help you take action!

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Don't Just Dive Into Cloud

Most companies could save 66% on cloud infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and many businesses have existing infrastructure issues they need to fix, they just don't know where to start. Let us help!

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Focus on Outcomes

The lack of clarity creates chaos and frustration. Our SaaS based actionable analytics platform delivers data that is more accessible, easier to use, and outcome focused. You're not a data scientist? That's OK, neither are we!

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Make Complex Data Simple

IT tools should be really simple, yet most companies insist on making them complicated. Be outraged, it's OK. Our goal is simple, to provide IT data that empowers you to make actionable decisions.

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DataCenter

Why your business isn’t prepared for Windows 2003 R2 Server End-of-Support

By Jesse Frye
April 14, 2014

Let’s face it, 88% of companies still had Windows XP installed on the day that Microsoft ended support of that product and 87% of the same businesses still have Windows 2003 Server R2 running in their data centers even as they approach the end-of-support of that Server OS in a year. Windows Server 2003 R2 […]

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