I'm sure I've mentioned ad nauseam how much I like Windows third parties. One of my favorites is Vancouver, WA-based TNT Software. In fact, company exec Brent Skadsen flew down to Tech-Ed in New Orleans just to come to one of our famous parties (not sure much how much the open bar defrayed Brent's travel expenses. Skadsen had never been to the French Quarter so I obliged him with a late night walking tour.
With this in mind, I couldn't resist promoting the event log and monitoring company's latest news that it wants more folks to know what it is all about and is turning ELM Event Log Monitor 6.0 into shareware.
Are you a TNT customer, a shareware fan or both? If any apply, share your thoughts at [email protected]
Posted by Doug Barney on 10/04/2010 at 1:18 PM
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