Free Software Asset Management 8.6
TriActive has put together a free Software Asset Management tool.
In minutes you'll have complete visibility into all your corporate assets' software - what security, personal use, A/V, FTP, chat, and more. Get control of your software licenses and usage to find over-purchased and under-used software. TriActive's industry-unique Microsoft True-up Savings report with help you save $tens to $hundreds of thousands with your Microsoft Office licenses. Ready for Windows7? This tool provides everything you need to know about your assets - what memory they have installed, can their motherboards support more memory or have open slots, what type of memory and CPU(s) are installed in each machine, what version BIOS do they have, how much disk space is available, and more.
To help you find budget to upgrade to Windows7, TriActive is including their Microsoft Office Trueup analysis, Adobe product usage, and Software savings reports. All these reports are automatically PDF'd and e-mailed directly to your inbox. You also get 2 free months use of their Asset Management Suite, which includes access to their 575,000 title software catalog. Find duplicate titles, multiple spyware or A/V clients installed on the same system, find personal use titles, chat, FTP clients (98 categories of software). There's no better way to get control of all the software in your environment.
Finally, you get their PC Security analysis reports. In seconds, find unprotected PCs, systems with out-of-date A/V definitions, missing critical patches, etc.
All this for Free and just a few minutes of your time!
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