MacNews Category Review: alarm monitoring software for the Mac
This MacNews Category Review looks at alarm monitoring software for Mac OS X. Products covered include Alarms Pro and MultiAlarm.
If you're looking for products in this area, your best bet is [url=http://www.alarmspro.com/]AlarmsPro[/url]), an alarms system that primarily watches cellular and telephone office equipment. AlarmsPro provides such functions as audio alerts, spoken alerts, pager and e-mail alerts, dynamic Web delivery, and a network GUI (graphical user interface). It offers the functionality to make your telephony devices Ethernet smart and interconnect all your equipment even where direct network access is unavailable.
AlarmsPro also offers storage and archival of office, domestic, network and remote site alarms. It's an automated dispatch system that allows each alarm to be notified with three adjustable shifts per day. And it integrates the ability to pull forward and display circuit layout cards and specific related information to aid the dispatcher and technician understanding and restoring faults. Also incorporated in the system is [url=http://www.intermapper.com]InterMapper software[/url] to deliver alarms about the general network health.
AlarmsPro also offers remote hut alarms, that lets users watch standard digital inputs, as well as analog points that report on continued alarm or drop/raise of the condition. This system has purportedly been specifically engineered to provide a comprehensive alarm and control system that will grow with your need. It supports multiple protocols, local I/O, PLC/RTU programmability, remote diagnostics, multiple physical topologies, TCP/IP connectivity, and "PUSH" or event based reporting. The system provides reminder alarms if it's not repaired when needed. There's also automatic time clock sync, "Keep Alive" messages from sites, an alarm on lack of Keep Alive, and more.
[url=http://semaja2.net/]MultiAlarm[/url] is a security tool that is used to defense against unauthorized users from using a machine locally or stealing the machine. When the alarm is armed, depending on the configuration this application the movement of the laptop or mouse and keyboard will set a sound alarm and perform other alerts.