DeskCenter USA Inc.
DeskCenter USA Inc is an independent software producer that operates globally in the area of IT Lifecycle Management solutions. This includes the inventory of hard and software data, effective access to management functions to solve system problems, asset management to show the lifecycle of IT systems from purchase to disposal, the central management of work orders and user problems in help-desk solutions, the deployment of applications in the company network, automated detection and monitoring of software licenses and a complete overview of status messages in data centers, server rooms and networks. DeskCenter is a comprehensive management platform that administers all physical and virtual desktops, servers and applications in a network.
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- United States
- Year Founded
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