Computeruser.com
Latest News

Famatech Announces the Launch of a New Version of Advanced IP Scanner 2.1

The new release features major changes to the scanning engine – it has been improved, resulting in a faster and more accurate scanning process. Among the newly-added functions of Advanced IP Scanner 2.1 is the ability to view free IP-addresses in the list of scan results and the option to save scan results as either HTML or CSV files. This simplifies the task of system administrators when working with large corporate networks. The latest improvements also include an enhanced user interface and support for 4 new languages.

To download a free version of Advanced IP Scanner 2.1 and find out more about it, please visit:
www.radmin.com/products/ipscanner/.

About Famatech
Famatech, founded in 1999, is a world leader in the development of remote control software for desktop and server management. Famatech’s award-winning technologies enable IT professionals to provide quick, high-quality remote support, help-desk services and network management. Radmin is the most popular of Famatech’s products.

Famatech has been developing its Advanced IP Scanner since 2006. Each new version is rigorously tested, with beta-testers from around the world involved in the process. All suggestions as to how to improve the product are taken into account. Radmin integration significantly extends the functionality of Advanced IP and helps to make system administrator’s job much simpler.

Famatech software is used by global leaders in technology, including IBM, Sony, Nokia, HP, Siemens and Samsung, and by major telecommunications operators, government organizations, and financial institutions.

###

Contact Information:
Famatech International Corporation
Natalia Grigorieva
+7-495-2253434
Contact via Email
http://www.radmin.com

Click here to read the full story: Famatech Announces the Launch of a New Version of Advanced IP Scanner 2.1

Press Release Distributed by PR.com

Leave a comment

seks shop - izolasyon
basic theory test book basic theory test