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PC Pro Give 5 Star Review

To: Editor
From: Halcyon Software
Date: March 2006
Subject: Product Review


PC Pro Give 5 Star Review

Halcyon Software’s Network Server Suite (NSS) has been awarded 5 stars by PC Pro Magazine for its innovative features.

PC Pro gave Halcyon a 5 star rating for it’s multitude of features designed to alert the Network Manager of any potential problems before they arise. Network Server Suite monitors critical servers, services and devices which are crucial for the day to day running of businesses and organizations.

“The Server Manager sits on one system and provides full local monitoring facilities for that system, but NSS also has the ability to monitor any number of SNMP-enabled devices.”

The Software enables network problems to be spotted by “intelligent monitoring” and notifies the Network Manager by sending text messages to his mobile phone, email address or to a central console displayed on a PC screen.

The review concludes “NSS offers a wealth of network-monitoring tools and extremely good alerting capabilities.”

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Network Server Suite supports multiple platforms; Netware®, Windows®, Linux, Unix® and AIX® Platforms and last month achieved the IBM® Server Proven accreditation. The software is used by a whole range of industry sectors as well as public and educational establishment.


For all press enquires and a review pack of the software, please contact Jody Copestake, PR and Communications Manager at

About Halcyon

Halcyon Software Limited is an established software company with over 17 years experience in systems management. Halcyon writes software for IBM midrange computers as well as Windows®, Linux, Unix AIX and Netware platforms. Large multinational companies as well as small to medium size businesses use Halcyon Software products to manage IT operations. The Head Office is based in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, and their software is used throughout the world with distributors in Europe, Australia and the USA.