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The first step to gaining control of your IT inventory is establishing an up-to-date list of your hardware and software assets. Manually tracking IT assets on spreadsheets is time-consuming and prone to errors. CMS Technology Innovation will use a software that will automatically collects IT asset details, including system updates, server warranty information, hosted VM details, removable media, processors, USB ports, memory, network interfaces, operating system and firmware updates, and software information, such as publisher, version, and installation dates.
Track your software assets, such as version, installation or purchase date, latest software updates, and more. Track hardware details, such as purchase date, usage, warranty expiration date, and location. This actionable data helps you decide if you should replace old or faulty hardware, and more.
Manage vendor contracts and familiarize yourself with contracts, purchase orders, and expiration details. Having this information in your asset management system makes it easy to know when to extend or renew a contract with your vendor or hardware/software provider.
Quickly and accurately report on asset inventory with charts and tables. Built-in reports show current asset usage along with model number, last update dates, names of admins who installed the updates, total resources used, unused hardware, etc. You can even select a specific server and generate reports on all the software and hardware resources that are associated with it.
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