On 7/5, Sassafras released the hotly anticipated 7.5 version of KeyServer, our award-winning Hardware and Software Asset and Management tool. Voted #1 in Customer Satisfaction by the readers of The ITAM Review for three years straight (and counting), the new release builds on this solid foundation of reliability and flexibility by adding many upgrades and enhancements […]
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IT Asset Management & Cost Reduction
See how easily you can optimize software licensing with K2 – KeyServer. K2 discovers the software you have, tracks who is using it and how often, and shows you how much you actually need. End your frustration of working with little or no data. Track Hardware Assets throughout their lifecycle and plan more intelligently when provisioning labs. Use award-winning software from Sassafras to gain the insight you need to reduce your IT Asset Management costs. Save money for your company with KeyServer.
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- Manage Windows, Mac, Linux, Computers, VMs, Thin Clients
- Monitor and analyze usage to quickly save $
- Verify and enforce licensing compliance
- Real time software and hardware availability
- Install in 5 minutes
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- 30 years of innovation and experience
Friday, November 16th 10AM EDT, 3PM UTC Computer labs allow universities to provide students with the hardware and software they need to work and learn without incurring the cost of issuing a computer to every single student. The goal is to purchase only the computers and software titles that are necessary for students to get their […]
Colleges and universities are not in the business of IT—they are in the business of education. And since IT investments are made in pursuit of that goal, information about hardware and software usage in computer labs helps administrators determine whether and how much past investments are being used, which, in turn, helps them make better […]
Publishers change the way they sell their software all the time, so the last few years of Adobe licensing changes, though huge, really aren’t that surprising. Unfortunately, however, many colleges and universities, out of shock and/or exasperation, seem to have surrendered, bought a site license for Creative Cloud, and decided that there’s just no point […]