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Asset Management Software Advice Needed

Posted on 2014-02-04
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Hi all,

I know this isn't a technical question as such but I want to know if anyone is aware of a decent free asset management solution.

I want to be able to store sites, devices, IP address and users.  If I can't find one I will have to write one but I would like to save time if possible... no point in reinventing the wheel if someone has already beaten me to it.

It is for a smallish company so free would be great.
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Abhijitht earned 167 total points
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Try this out Howco

http://www.spiceworks.com/

regards

Abhijith
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i agree with Abhijitht

You may also try
http://www.manageengine.com

Both are equally good
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Many thanks guys.

I will check them out.  At least I will be able to find one that comes recommended.

I have tried SysAid previously but didn't really like it.. Thanks anyway.

Cheers!
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