If you're talking about third-party (non-Microsoft) solutions, one of the best is a package called up.time from a company called, appropriately enough, Uptime Software. A free trial version is available from its site, and it allows you to perform many functions: monitor multiple machines, identify bottlenecks, gather statistics for planning and even gather and compare internal statistics (such as CPU usage) from multiple machines.
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