Release 5.3 optimizes the entire discovery and scanning process. Fewer database queries and smarter asset-detection make things go a lot faster than before, especially on larger networks.
(PRWEB) June 12, 2015
Today, Hemoco announced the latest release of its powerful, easy-to-use Network management and IT asset management tool Lansweeper. The software allows you to manage a full inventory and record of all assets, software and changes within. Automated software deployment, active directory integration, and license compliance are some of the key functionalities the application has to offer. As with all features, usage is effortless and agent-free.
Release 5.3 optimizes the entire discovery and scanning process. Fewer database queries and smarter asset-detection make things go a lot faster than before, especially on larger networks. On top of that they now have a new licensing plan available, the Corporate. It supports three scanning servers and an unlimited amount of assets.
As security is considered paramount, an HTTPS website is now automatically configured for web consoles running on IIS express. UPN and email logins can now be entered as a valid scanning credential as well. An extended overview of Lansweeper’s power-ups can be found in the change log.
These optimizations are centered on streamlining and expanding the overall functionality of the software, resulting in a faster and more powerful network management tool.
Lansweeper client works on Windows 2000 or above while the server part requires Windows 2003 or higher, Windows XP or higher. The server also requires .NET Framework 4.0. According to the requirements of your network, we provide different license types to supply you in the most efficient way. Pricing starts at $295, upgrading a running license to 5.3 is easy, swift and completely free of charge.
Hemoco is a private software development company founded in 2008 which focuses on affordable and user-friendly network management solutions. Its core product, Lansweeper, is currently used by over 15 000 of the biggest companies all over the world.