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Being able to troubleshoot a faulty network quickly and efficiently is necessity, especially when explanations are needy immediately. However, it is hard to predict when a network will go down, or when an Internet connection will begin to lose strength, which makes it practically impossible to keep an eye on the network without dedicating your entire day to just watching for a fault. Thankfully, app developers have created apps that not only let you respond to trouble spots from any location, but also help you monitor it as well, without having to go further than your pocket to check a report. This collection of apps presents eleven useful mobile tools that will accomplish a variety of network tasks with a swipe of the finger. Also included are a few IT toolkits that can accommodate most tasks from connection speed tests to network monitoring. The rest of the apps account for multiple specific network tools. From Ping and DNS reports to mobile apps that mimic network and administration and control software, each app serves a valuable purpose for most IT network troubleshooting and management tasks. Each network is unique, some require more care than others. Problems can vary between larger networks and small networks, so it is important to choose a mobile tool that will fit your specific needs.
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