Network Inventory Advisor 3.7 application is launched

ClearApps LLC releases the new version of its network management software, Network Inventory Advisor 3.7.

"We kept our word; the promised update is already available. For the
last 3 months the whole team was working hard implementing new features
many of our clients asked about. This time we concentrated on software
inventory. While hardware management has already received a boost in
one of the last updates, Network Inventory Advisor still lacked some
profound software inventory features. The new version 3.7 is bound to
cover this by all means. 3.7 is a free upgrade to all registered users,
and provides improved licenses management, network software control,
and software- and hardware-related reports building." – says Jeff
Mitchels, ClearApps CEO.

Network Inventory Advisor 3.7 features a totally new report, which
replaces the old less flexible "All software" list. While it still
lists all your network software in one convenient place automatically
calculating the number of installed instances and tracking the number
of licenses you own, since now on you have a number of new tools to
manage this list even more efficiently.


Using grouping templates you can automatically group inventoried
software titles according to any of your requirements: by publisher,
version, software type, etc. You can now easily specify software usage
status (allowed, prohibited, must-have, etc) and build reports based on
that, by locating the nodes running illegal software, for instance.
Network Inventory Advisor 3.7 lets you add notes to any software title
(for reminding, licensing or other purposes), sort and filter them by
multiple parameters, and build flexible lists to present to your
auditor or top-management.

Speaking of other new features, ClearApps updated more than 50 other
aspects of Network Inventory Advisor, extended the number of data
fields available in tabular reports, added quick navigation bar for
more convenient switching among your nodes and reports you build; and
fixed many minor bugs.

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