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IT assets account for the largest proportion of the overall IT spend, therefore,
ensuring they are properly managed and maintained becomes one of the highest priority corporate goals for any organization where TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) is high on the agenda.

Without a comprehensive management program in place, IT assets can cost far more than necessary through waste and redundancy (direct costs) and overly complex management and maintenance (indirect costs). By implementing an effective IT asset management program, companies can view every asset in their enterprise, allowing them to control and manage IT assets, eliminate waste and redundancy, and comply with ever-tightening government compliance regulations.


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The annual cost of supporting this IT infrastructure can often result in costs
spiraling out of control, where the initial purchase price of IT assets pales into insignificance. Understanding leasing arrangements and undertaking proactive
asset management ensures compliance with software license agreements and makes budget forecasting more accurate. Knowing how many of your users are using a specific application at any given time will allow for both effective trimming of software budgets and a realistic prediction of future software investment.


     
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Information is key
. Without this, decisions on upgrades and the roll-out of new technology will not be taken from an entirely informed position.

From a cost-saving standpoint, knowing the inventory of IT assets is critical
when deciding whether to purchase more assets, redistribute current assets, or retire them completely—along with their costly maintenance contracts and renewal fees.

Recognizing that organizations have differing requirements, NetSupport DNA is available in a modular format, allowing you to pick and choose only those features that best meet the current needs of your organization.




 
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