IT Assets - keep track of company-owned IT equipment and resources

  • database to track all your computers, laptops, printers, etc.
  • store the following information per asset
    • employee the asset is assigned to
    • where and when did we purchase the asset
    • repair history for asset
    • location of asset (e.g. Santa Fe office, Building A)
    • type of asset (computer? printer?)
  • reports
    • which laptops are older than 3 years?
    • what assets are assigned to an employee?
    • what printers did we purchase last year?

Passwords - secure central repository for company passwords

  • secure and encrypted central repository for your passwords
  • share passwords with individuals, or groups
  • track access to every password
  • password generator
  • track history of password changes

Vendors - manage your company suppliers and service providers

  • database to track all the vendors the company purchases or gets services from
    • computer vendors
    • repair service providers (computer tech, data recovery, electrician, copier maintenance)
    • software and IT service providers (website, domain, office 365 licenses, cloud backups)
    • phone services

Agreements - keep track of contracts and agreements

  • database to manage soft IT assets information
    • domains, website accounts, SSL certificates
    • email accounts (office 365, G Suite)
    • software/hardware warranties
    • IT project contracts