A Smarter Way of Discovering & Taking Inventory of Apps
The IT landscape is changing rapidly. To stay up to date, it is a necessary step to take inventory and discover what apps you have. This is especially the case for migrations or audits.
In addition, organisations today often have geographically distributed office locations, some of which have restricted network access due to security or plain logistics. Work councils and data protection rules can also hinder the collection of data in large enterprises.
• Understand what apps you currently have on-prem or on cloud
• Discovery of which devices you are using
• Non-intrusive and agentless scan
• Quick and automated completion
• Full and detailed inventory of current apps and versions
• Baseline support for software compliance
• Better preparation for software audits
Often it is difficult for IT administrators to perform software application discovery, which is crucial when starting a software asset management project or when faced with an audit. Smarter Inventory offers comprehensive hardware and software scans either with an agent or through zero-touch agentless technology. It is a web or USB-pen drive which enables the discovery and inventory of computer devices, VMware, Hyper-V hosts, and Oracle database instances. It provides a smart scan and data gathering of physical and virtual devices at low costs as well as comprehensive reports about hardware, software, VMware, Hyper-V, and Oracle database servers.
Our inventory solution, Smarter Inventory, provides a comprehensive hardware and software scan through the use of agents or “Zero Touch Technology” in order to collect the inventory data quickly and reliably. In addition, TBSC helps to overcome barriers and possible limitations imposed by legal regulations, for example, by allowing the user to take the initiative to collect his or her own data.
As a bonus, Smarter Inventory removes barriers of complex IT infrastructures and possible limitations of the Works Council allowing data gathering initiated by the end user himself.