Discover devices on all platforms, audit software installs & track usage
Whether you work in IT Operations, IT Service Management, Procurement or SAM, Snow Inventory shines a light on all hardware, devices and software assets.
Snow Inventory discovers all assets including hardware configuration, software deployments and usage. This insight gives stakeholders such as Software Asset Management, IT Asset Management, Service Desk, Security and IT Operational teams the overview and detailed information they need to inform critical business decisions.
Snow Inventory automatically integrates with Snow License Manager and Snow’s Software Recognition Service to turn raw audit data into actionable SAM intelligence.
- Unified view of multi-platform, multi-site network
- Datacentre optimization
- Financial management
- Built-in Automation
- Software recognition guarantee
- All key licensing types supported
- Roles-based multi-user interface
- Automatic detection of unused software assets
||Snow Inventory provides a single source of truth for IT Assets on all major enterprise computing platforms
with the support for all common virtualisation technologies, cloud based applications and mobile devices.
||Discover devices on all platforms, audit software installs & track usage.
Snow Inventory provides complete asset discovery as well as revealing the blind spots on the network.
From computers to servers, mobile and tablets to all connected network devices such as routers, printers, and firewalls, all device types are discovered and reported in Snow
||Mobile Inventory. Organizations can now use Snow Inventory technology, or leverage an existing SDM/EMM solution, to feed mobile inventory data into Snow License Manager on all Android, iOS and Windows mobile devices.
This includes hardware and software information such as mobile device type and model, owner of the device, telephone operator, when it was purchased and for how much, and installed applications.
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