See who is accessing your network.
Get notified and control their network access.
New devices join your network every day. Employees bring their laptops and mobile devices to the office and Active Directory does not manage them all.
Visitors expect to use your network to gain Internet access.
ThingsPage sees and identifies all connected things both managed by Active Directory or unmanaged mobile devices in your non-Windows-only office environment.
No hardware. No network configuration.
Let your employees bring their own device
They bring their personal device to work anyway.
Just be aware of things getting connected to your network and who's using them. Should you find a problem with a personal device, identify and block it.
Do not waste a minute to identify an IP address
Create a member-access network
Make sure only your members have the network access across all your networks. Jumping from one place to another separate network, your members have proper network access at all locations regardless of a device used to connect.
Network monitoring and security products show you an IP address that you spend hours trying to identify.
ThingsPage shows device, user and activity associated with an IP address at a glance.
Automate user-device directory with captive portal
Employees join and leave your company more frequently than you would expect.
Using a captive portal to authenticate the user, you don't have to manually register new user and new device into your IT management system.
Let ThingsPage create and update your network directory in Real-time.
Limit guest network access
Don't let random people access your internal network! - it's a minimum security for your office beside the door lock.
Give your visitors a secure guest-access to offer the Internet access for a limited time.
* ThingsPage Sensor software for Windows is required to manage your network.
SEE WHO IS ON YOUR NETWORK.
Manage your network access
in just two clicks.
Simple network access management for small networks.
The easiest way to see people joining, using and leaving your corporate network.