How Organizations Use Next Generation Technology Asset Management For Compliance

August 13, 2019
Businesses need to manage large numbers of network-connected devices, but the Excel method no longer cuts it – regardless of how good your formulas and macros are. Today, there are many stakeholders (HR, finance, legal, etc.) who constantly require recent information – especially on desktops, to complete their jobs. Referencing real-world case studies, Nlyte will highlight a new generation of IT Asset Management including: – Creating a “single source of truth” on all connected devices, for all departments – Automating software auditing to create a business-wide, dynamic baseline of data – Gathering GDPR, HIPAA, SOX-related info – Tightening security by spotlighting rogue devices and more Join presenter Gary Paquette, General Manager, Technology Asset Management of Nlyte for How Organizations Use Next Generation Technology Asset Management for Compliance. We look forward to seeing you there.
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