One of my greatest honors as a product manager is to announce the release to market of a new version of NightWatchman. NightWatchman 7.1 is now available!
Based on input from many of our existing customers and a lot of hard work from numerous 1E staff, we’ve added some key extensions to the feature set. I think you’ll be impressed by the team’s innovations, once again demonstrating why NightWatchman is unquestionably the industry’s leading power management solution.
In the coming days additional blog posts will go into further detail, but here’s a quick overview of the innovations in NightWatchman 7.1:
- Critical data that you should understand in order to tighten security by improving you reboot strategy. These days we all have to do everything we can to maximize security
- Ensure that the batteries in your laptops, ultrabooks, tablets, 2-in-1’s, and other devices are still giving your users the battery life they expect
- Find new problems your users can be hitting with such modern devices. Ensure great user satisfaction and productivity by proactively understanding and isolating problems you can fix. Make sure the devices are giving the smartphone-like experience they promise
- All improvements from 7.0.100 and 7.0.200, including Windows 10 compatibility
- Web WakeUp and Enterprise View are FIPS compliant (a security standard)
- Recent bug fixes:
- Non-laptops were not always preferred over laptops when looking for an available primary agent for WakeUp
- Keep Active in the system tray icon didn’t show all its options
- The Web WakeUp API WakeMachines did not work since version 7.0
I encourage you to review the documentation, particularly:
- General background on core concepts related to Power Optimization:
- The problems that Reboot Optimization and Power Optimization will help you to address, how to do so, and examples of what that might look like:
- Changes to NightWatchman reports: