Lansweeper helps you to minimize risks & optimize your IT by providing actionable insight into your entire IT estate.
As IT Complexity Increases, Visibility Fades
With IT popping up in every shape, everywhere, anytime, the pressure is as high as it has ever been on IT processes ensuring stability, continuity, and productivity for an organization. Infrastructure, software, and users can be anywhere at any time. There's no centralized overview tracking all the moving parts. IT managers have to make decisions that are often based on scattered, out of date, and incomplete data sources. How can you effectively manage the IT of an organization, if you’re not 100% sure of what assets you have to manage in the first place?
The High Cost of a Fragmented Approach
An incomplete, inaccurate inventory of the IT estate may also result in hardware assets sitting idle or at half capacity. Organizations end up paying for software licenses they're not even using. Forgotten or missed assets may be running outdated software or even malware, creating security vulnerabilities that lead to huge financial losses and compromised data.
This has a number of everyday consequences:
- Underleveraged & redundant data silos
- Inefficiency & misinformed decisions
- Enterprise-wide misalignment
- Money being lost across the board
All IT Asset Data in One Place
Having a single source of truth and an accurate record of all hardware and software assets, as well as details about how they're configured and who's using them -- and whether or not they require updates or need to be retired -- is essential to ensure IT investments align with and support business objectives. Centralized IT Asset Data enables every stakeholder who needs insights into your company’s IT landscape to speak the same language. Connecting and centralizing IT Asset Data to collaborate across silos, locations, and departments is essential.
"Our approach is to build your baseline asset inventory first, and have it ready at all times to enable rapid action. Creating a new inventory every time a new IT-specific use case is introduced is an enormous waste of time and resources."