Minneapolis, MN, August 8, 2016—Intermapper, a HelpSystems network monitoring software solution, has recently earned a Certificate of Networthiness (CON) from the U.S. Army, which signifies that the application meets all technology standards required by both the U.S. Army and the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD).
Prior to entering the U.S. Army’s network, hardware and software must undergo a rigorous assessment to determine its security, interoperability, and compliance with federal regulations. Approved applications or systems are awarded a CON and authorized for use on the U.S. Army network.
Defense organizations can now use Intermapper with assurance that the software meets U.S. Army standards—without having to undergo additional approval processes.
“Previously, any agency within the DOD had to seek alternative, harder forms of authorization in order to use Intermapper,” said HelpSystems CEO Chris Heim. “Now that Intermapper is stamped with the U.S. Army’s seal of approval, more defense organizations can start monitoring their core network infrastructure with Intermapper in order to maximize uptime and minimize failure.”
Intermapper gives IT teams real-time visibility into network performance in order to help prevent costly outages and maximize device availability.
“Intermapper provides a live inventory of every device connected to the network and its current status,” said Dev Barua, Senior Software Development Manager at HelpSystems. “As a powerful mapping, monitoring, and alerting tool, Intermapper is indispensable for network professionals who need to visualize and secure their network at all times.”
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