1. World of HELIOS: Goodbye, Google+ …
2. Major new version (2.0) of IT Monitor app for iOS released
3. Mobile connectivity status update
HELIOS Newsletter 01/2019
Dear HELIOS client,
Welcome to the latest information from the world of HELIOS. Keep
your networking lead and stay one step ahead. Turn your colleagues
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Enjoy the news.
Your HELIOS team
Helmut Tschemernjak, CEO & President
1. World of HELIOS: Goodbye, Google+ … After social networks such as Facebook or Twitter had gained great popularity, Google launched “Google+”, its
contribution to social networking, in June 2011. These days, they
announced that Google+ will be shut down for consumers due to
low user engagement and a software error.
Personally, I was quite happy with Google+ because it was great
for professionals, had no advertisements and was fully integrated
into the Google ecosystem. However without a sufficient user base,
I can understand their decision to shut it down for public users.
My most important Google+ articles have been migrated to the HELIOS
website (“Blog Posts”). I continue my communication be
it face to face, by phone, via email, or via the HELIOS newsletters.
Enjoy this newsletter,
HELIOS Software GmbH
2. Major new version (2.0) of IT Monitor app for iOS released We have just released the new version of the IT Monitor app for
iOS. It supports the latest iOS versions and devices and comes
with a new user interface with great user experience.
The concept of HELIOS IT Monitor Server is pro-active notification
by monitoring servers and services in a graphical chart to detect
impending problems early and to observe server performance. Be
it an overload problem, a failing service or a critical system
message – admins are immediately notified by iPhone push notification
and e-mail. Important aspects such as CPU, network, or memory
utilization can be used to identify bottlenecks or just to make
sure that everything runs smoothly. The pro-active notification
allows fixing problems in advance before serious trouble develops.
IT Monitor Server 2.0 requires the latest HELIOS updates to be
3. Mobile connectivity status update Our mobile connectivity solution HELIOS Document Hub has been
updated to support mobile clients up to iOS 12 and Android 9.
Extensive testing has shown that Document Hub runs smoothly and
reliably on these latest operating system versions.
Hub allows mobile devices to access intranet file server volumes
to present and use server documents online and offline. Built-in
file synchronization ensures that server files are automatically
updated on mobile devices. Enterprise file server security is
enforced for online and offline use. The solution is perfect for
multi-user business environments of any scale.
is the underlying server infrastructure to make defined file server
data securely available to Document Hub users. Intranet users
use native file server volumes to access the data, remote WebShare
users can use a web browser for access, and Document Hub users
have native app access.
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