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Build a secure fortress with our security management solutions
 
 
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Inventory Asset Tracking

Tracking the assets in an organization is crucial to any IT Administrator. It is a must to know the inventory available in your enterprise. Tracking assets may not be all that simple especially when you have computers spread across branch offices. Moreover manual tracking of assets can be resource-intensive, time consuming and also error-prone at times. However, you can make use of the Asset Tracking capabilities of Desktop Central, and keep yourself up-to-date about the Software and Hardware Inventory in your organization. With Desktop Central, you can have a complete list of the hardware and software assets in your organization at your finger tips. With this information, you can:

Network Asset Tracking
  1. Software Asset Tracking on your Network.
  2. Hardware Asset Tracking on your Network Computers.
  3. Ensure Software License Compliance.
  4. Understand the Software Usage Statistics per computer.
  5. Eliminate the usage of Prohibited Software and comply with Company Policy.
  6. Reduce costs associated with the presence of unused assets in your network.

Scan IT Assets

Desktop Central helps you run a scan on the desktops and servers in your Windows network. During the asset scan, the Desktop Central Agents that reside in the client computers collect all the software and hardware asset information from those machines. The collected information is then stored in a database on the Desktop Central Server. Desktop Central supports both manual and scheduled Asset Scanning. The manual scan can be triggered by the administrator whenever he wishes to see the asset details. Scheduled Asset Scanning helps to track network assets on a periodic basis.

Hardware Asset Tracking

Desktop Central's Hardware Asset Tracking system, scans the Windows desktops/servers in a network, collects the hardware details and stores them in a database. Some of the hardware assets that the application tracks include Processor, IDE Controller, Logical Disk, Serial Port, Desktop Monitor, Battery, Keyboard, USB Hub/Controller, Sound Device, etc. The data is available in form of reports and can be used to understand the usage metrics of hardware. The most common reports that are used in the Hardware Asset Tracking activity are:

Software Asset Tracking

Desktop Central's Software Inventory module periodically scans the Windows Desktops / Servers in the network and collects inventory details of the software installed along with their usage pattern. Software Asset Tracking can help understand the usage frequency pattern. License Management of commercial software that are installed/used in the network can be performed in an effective way. Desktop Central helps IT administrators perform the following tasks with respect to Software Inventory Tracking:

Asset Tracking Alerts

Desktop Central uses email alert notifications to keep administrators informed about the assets in their network. An alert message is immediately in the event of occurrence of one of the following:

Network Asset Tracking Reports

Desktop Central offers a comprehensive list of reports that give away all the required information pertaining to the inventory in your network. Apart from the inventory information, License Compliance and Software usage details can also be obtained. You can generate over a dozen pre-defined reports along with a wide range of user-defined custom and query reports. There are also options to export the generated reports in PDF and CSV file formats.