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StatusCake Server Monitoring – Early Invite

Development of the StatusCake product has always been driven by our customers; not only in terms of feature requests, but those small changes to the product and user interface that make the world of difference in day-to-day use.  In our our most recent customer survey one the most requested features was server monitoring.  You asked for it so we’re pleased to announce it will be rolling out in the next couple of weeks.

We’d love your feedback on the features and functionality, the usability – on absolutely everything.  We want to bring a new approach to server monitoring.  Make it feel fresh and new rather than some old relic and with your help we can do just that.  Come and talk to us on live chat or email us to put your name down for an early invite.

 

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