I have just come to an organisation that has just installed Kaseya. I have come from an environment with Xymon installed (free linux based). It was purely monitoring, but was good for that. To things like services, http, tcp/ip, processes, disc space, uptime you could click on a server then drill in further (xymon.com for a mockup of what I am talking about) and it would show a continuous graph updated every 7 seconds.
I bet Kaseya does this, but how? Xymon's version gave a red face when connectivity went down for example and you could check the graph and see what time, and begin contact with an ISP based on that time, and then watch it come back up remotely for that matter.

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