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

  • Track all your computers, laptops, printers, etc. in one database
  • Store the following information per asset:
    • Type of asset (e.g. computer, printer, etc.)
    • Employee the asset is assigned to
    • When and where we purchased the asset
    • Repair history for the asset
    • Location of the asset (e.g. Santa Fe office, Building A)
  • Generate reports:
    • Which laptops are older than 3 years?
    • What assets are assigned to an employee?
    • What printers did we purchase last year?

Vendors - Manage your company suppliers and service providers

  • Track all the vendors that the company purchases or gets services from, such as:
    • Computer vendors
    • Repair service providers (e.g. computer tech, data recovery, electricians, copier maintenance)
    • Software and IT service providers (e.g. website, domain, Office 365 licenses, cloud backups)
    • Phone services

Passwords - Secure central repository for company passwords

  • Secure an encrypted central repository for your passwords
  • Share passwords with individuals or groups
  • Track access to every password
  • Track history of password changes
  • Have access to a password generator

Agreements - Keep track of contracts and agreements

  • Manage soft IT information, such as:
    • Domains, website accounts, SSL certificates
    • Email accounts (e.g. Office 365, G Suite)