Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) June 14, 2012
An organized person enjoys it when everything is clean and tidy, but putting things that way manually is a hobby for the few. Each system administrator knows how important it is to have at one’s fingertips a comprehensive, systematic data on each computer and every network device in a corporate network. Especially when there are hundreds or even thousands of those computers!
When a database like that is there, it’s a trick of its own to use it effectively. Total Network Inventory 2 beats the competition at this task. It lets users instantly fetch all kinds of knowledge. Assume one needs a list of all computers that have both powerful GPU and a widescreen monitor. Or, say, one wants to see all Adobe software installed last September. And it’s possible! That’s what flexibility is all about.
With the new 2.0.6 update, TNI 2 continues to fight the language barrier: user interface and reports are now available in Portuguese. Also, new useful reports and new types of supported assets are added, and database processing is sped up.
Total Network Inventory 2 has a lot of useful features up its sleeve, but it never stops learning new things and is being improved day after day. It’s an indispensable tool for administrators of corporate networks of any size, and it’s going to save a great deal of energy for administrators and a ton of resources for the company.
Oh, by the way, the trial version can be evaluated during 60 days completely free of charge!
Prices and terms
The license price for Total Network Inventory 2 starts at $99. All customers get free support and beneficial license upgrade terms.
Product homepage: http://www.softinventive.com/products/total-network-inventory/
Company homepage: http://www.softinventive.com/
About the company
Softinventive Lab was founded back in 2006 by the group of young enthusiasts seeking ways to apply their skills and knowledge, find their place in the sun and express themselves. Time flew by, turning mere desires into passion. Our software is trusted by Vodafone, IBM, Siemens, Sony, Disney and many others.
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