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5 Reasons Why Centralized IT Discovery
is More Crucial Than Ever.

Are you really in control of your IT landscape?

  • 30% of organizations admit they don't know which assets they own
  • The remaining 70% operate under an illusion of control

In many cases, IT leaders still operate under an illusion of control: the information they base their strategic decisions on is top-down, inaccurate and comes from multiple disconnected sources.

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30%

Of organizations admit they don’t know which assets they own, where they are located and who is using them.

70%

The remaining 70% operates under an illusion of control. 

The role of the IT leader is changing. The goal of IT has shifted toward aligning the right IT technologies with business strategy. In many cases, IT leaders still operate under an illusion of control: the information they base their strategic decisions on is top-down, inaccurate and comes from multiple disconnected sources.

In order to maximize the value of the systems your firm relies on for all its activities, it's ever more crucial to digitalize them. This means to connecting them, centralizing them, enabling them to interact and collaborate across silos, locations and departments to drive accurate business insights. However, as many as 3 in 10 organizations admit they don't know which assets they own, where they are located and who is using them (Gartner, 2013). The remaining 70% operates under an Illusion Of Control.

IT leaders take heed: IT Asset Discovery is a core element of the 'single-source-of-truth' approach. If you don't know what you have, it's impossible to use it wisely, safely and effectively. In this whitepaper, we'll explore the advantages that a bottom-up, centralized approach to IT asset management can bring your organization.