The system documentation you’ve been missing
vScope helps you centralize asset management for endless purposes. Whether you work in operations, service delivery, helpdesk, HR or any other business function, you’re able to do a better job by having the right information at the right time.
vScope Asset Management for Small business offers:
- Lowered dependencies to key people.
- Increased transparency – easy access for everyone.
- A top-notch system documentation that is automatically kept up-to-date.
– Before vScope I used Powershell, exported it into excel, made tabs and moved the specific data, made my own graphs and god knows I’ve spent many many hours of doing all of this, and now I can get all data I want within a second – it feels like i have a wand!
Åsa W, IT Administrator
Replace spreadsheets and manual documentation
Replace the statice server lists or IP plans that no one has time to maintain, with a fully automated CMDB.
With vScopem you search, navigate, and build IT documentation about any IT asset in your environment – no prerequisites required.
Generate IT system documentation
Built from feedback from hundreds of IT professionals, vScope automatically generates standardized reports and system documentation from industry best-practice.
This way, you save loads of time from both creating and maintaining important system documentation that you really don’t have time of getting.
Supporting all your favorite systems
You have many important IT assets to manage to ensure that business is running smoothly. It can be anything from servers, user accounts and applications to licenses, warranties and of course business services.
Getting all data into vScope eliminates all silos – Consolidating everything in a single point of truth.
Highlights from vScope for Small businesses
No more logging into servers, Azure portal, SCCM, Active Directory or other systems to compile data.
All important assets
A system documentation that comprises the most important IT assets such as servers, laptops and applications.
No more scripting
Free time from writing scripts or relying technical expertise to get the reports you need.
Follow-up on changes
Track any changes that have occurred in your documentation. Users, servers, laptops, applications – anything.