Tsarfin Computing Announces Availability of NetGong Version 6.8

<strong>Haifa, Israel &mdash; April 14</strong><br />Tsarfin Computing Ltd, a provider of network diagnostic and monitoring solutions, announces the availability of <a href="http://netgong.tsarfin.com" target="_blank">NetGong 6.8</a>, the company&#39;s flagship product in the network monitoring software market.<br /><br />NetGong is a sophisticated network monitoring tool that allows network administrators, webmasters and Internet service providers to monitor any networked device on the Internet, corporate intranet or TCP/IP LAN and receive alerts immediately via audible alarm, message, e-mail or third-party software when a connection fails.<br /><br />"NetGong is an extremely valuable tool for system and network administrators," said Alex Tsarfin, president and CEO of Tsarfin Computing Ltd. "We believe current and future customers will find the new version even more powerful and convenient, especially in an era when critical networks can require instantaneous management and analysis by professionals."<br /><br />An essential addition to any network administrator&#39;s personal toolkits, NetGong allows users to tailor it to their particular area of responsibility, from a single server to a small-office LAN to hundreds of devices within a large corporate network. Corporate network managers can use NetGong to distribute responsibility among IS staffers and complement existing network management systems. Small businesses can afford to employ NetGong for monitoring critical e-mail and Web servers.<br /><br />NetGong is a powerful personal monitoring product delivering low cost, simplicity of operation, and round-the-clock coverage. NetGong runs on Windows 98, Me, NT, 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista, and Server 2008 and requires no modification of monitored devices. <br />

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