StoreGazer 4.0 … What’s NEW?
EDJ Enterprises is excited to announce the release of StoreGazer 4.0 as the first WEB BASED 4690 systems management application. Several new features are available including a new smart grid interface on all displays that allow the retailer to group, filter, sort, and show data reports in a virtually unlimited fashion.
The new and intuitive GUI brings a fresh approach to maintaining your store systems remotely. This GUI allows retailers to quickly and easily analyze data trends leading to solutions for critical issues and future problems on the front-end.
With this new WEB version, no longer will administrators be required to install or update the client application on multiple machines. As new functionality is continually added, updating will only require a single installation at one location to ensure the latest release is available to all users, thus saving valuable time for system administrators.
Through any computer or web-enabled device, users can simply log into StoreGazer to address system issues as they occur. Your real-time data is now truly available anytime and from anywhere.
StoreGazer user access to the database and the store controllers is now accessible from a web browser interface, eliminating the need for a heavy, proprietary client application. As a result, upgrading to StoreGazer 4.0 will utilize all the security features and functions already built into your current network infrastructure.
StoreGazer 4.0 still provides the same file change detection and PCI compliance tools you’ve come to enjoy in previous versions yet with a faster load time and smaller footprint.
StoreGazer Integration with Existing PCI Solutions
NEW FEATURES INCLUDE:
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StoreGazer has had the capability to report on RMA data for several years. Recently when news was shared that support for Director, the primary reporting tool for RMA, would be eliminated in 2018, EDJ decided to enhance their reporting functionality for these data points. Today, StoreGazer fully supports RMA with the same customizable smart grids found throughout the rest of the application. In addition, alert monitoring was added for RMA so that administrators can take action once specific thresholds are reached. Below are several key performance indicators found in RMA.
- Number Sensors – monitor various temperature gauges and fan speeds
- Processors – view processor version, voltage, etc. for administrators hoping to take advantage of power savings
- Terminal Hardware – view complete list of terminals and devices connected to them
- POS Printers – view details such as paper cut count, receipt character printed count, etc. to better understand their threshold
- Solid State Drives – monitor how long drives have been powered on, how much of the drive has been used, whether an imminent failure has been reported, etc
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StoreGazer continues to expand its systems/user management toolset by integrating with Secure LDAP, a direct request from customers.
Many retailers see a huge benefit in using LDAP as a way to consolidate their entire organization into central directory. With LDAP supporting SSL and TLS, sensitive data can be securely protected.
The latest Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standards require retailers to satisfy several file integrity monitoring requirements. WhiteList, along with StoreGazer’s File Change Detection feature creates a powerful combination to address those concerns by checking which processes are approved to run and monitoring associated files.
Click here to learn more about StoreGazer’s WhiteListing feature.
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Through StoreGazer’s new PIN pad monitoring feature, retailers are able to easily view when authorized PIN pads have been replaced by fraudulent devices in real time.
Click here to learn more about StoreGazer’s PIN Pad Monitoring feature.
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Through StoreGazer’s Command Line Log Interface, users will able to browse available log files to see a complete history for a sear. Log files can also be searched for keywords including file names or commands.
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NEW SYSLOG actions are available to propagate event data to the server. Data is translated into SYSLOG format and broadcast over UDP to any available SYSLOG servers on the network.
Please visit the download section of our website frequently as several new features are planned for StoreGazer.