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InvGate Asset Monitoring

InvGate’s IT asset change management capabilities allow you to monitor all changes in software, hardware, licenses, and even workstation allocation remotely. Every modification on your network is tracked in real time to provide full visibility into, and control of, IT assets.

Monitoring

Monitoring

InvGate’s Asset Monitoring module monitors all changes in software, hardware, licenses, and device allocation – with each and every modification made to the workstations and servers with your organization tracked. It also maintains a complete and detailed record of each change and alert for every monitored device, allowing you insight into, and real control over, all configuration changes in your IT infrastructure.

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Alarms dashboard

Any changes or modifications within the IT infrastructure are immediately flagged up through the InvGate Assets alarms log and the Alarms Summary Dashboard. This tool not only provides a clear view of changes to assets, it also automatically generates a unique ticket number that allows you to identify and refer to any specific detected change or modification.

Ticket numbers

Ticket numbers

These enable you to conduct a detailed follow-up on the reasons for, and the evolution of, the change; identify the root cause; and resolve any issues arising from it. The use of ticket numbers also provides assurances for audit trail and governance purposes, with the ability to detect whether any change/modification alarm has been removed from the database when assessing the strength of internal controls and/or levels of compliance.

Configurations

Configurations

When using the Asset Monitoring module, you can quickly configure the criticality and escalation levels of every type of change/modification alert and choose which groups or individuals to notify, either via email or SMS.

Routing and escalations

Routing and escalations

Different routing paths and escalation levels can be used, ensuring that those who are notified and the corporate policies that need to be followed are applicable to the situation. For example, if an inappropriate software application is detected on a PC, then a particular policy and process might need to be invoked where IT Security are HR are involved (as it’s deemed to be a disciplinary issue).

Greater Compliance

Greater Compliance

Insight into asset status enables you to keep track of which IT assets are employed, reclaimed, or reissued with a new role. This information is vital to remaining on-top of your IT estate. Remember, non-compliance with a software vendor’s licensing can create uncomfortably large fines and legal fees for any enterprise.

Cost Savings

Cost Savings

The ability to monitor all changes in software, hardware, licenses, and device allocation gives you greater control of license usage, which, for example, enables you to remove software from machines that no longer require it, thus reclaiming a license for future use.

 Improved Security

Improved Security

Asset monitoring is an essential activity for managing vulnerabilities in a network, and by receiving notifications of each change and alert for every monitored device you get real-time insight into IT asset activity. This helps to flag any security concerns as soon as they occur, which in turn minimizes threats and damage to the business.

Improved Efficiency

Improved Efficiency

The proactive monitoring of all assets within the organization enables IT support teams to cost-effectively monitor the IT environment with very little manual effort. Different routing paths and escalation levels can also help to instill good process, improve communication with other lines of business, and reduce time wastage.