HSTracker is a simple to use asset management application that helps you keep track of hardware and software in your business and stay on top of software licensing in your organisation. HSTracker is available in two versions, both are Mac & PC compatible.
The stand-alone version requires no other licenses and can be used by one user at a time. Its requirements don't include FileMaker or any other additional software.
The network version supports up to 50 multiple users and requires FileMaker 9 or later with FileMaker Server recommended. Both versions work on Mac & PC. Versions that support more than 50 users are available on request.
Here are some key features of "HSTracker":
· Manage key data such as serial numbers, MAC addresses, hardware configuration and licenses.
· Import Apple Remote Desktop reports.
· Connect directly to the computer desktop via VNC.
· Serial search feature to find your computer model on the Apple Specs site.
· Built-in bug reporting feature. We like user feedback!
· QuickFind feature to quickly search the complete database.
· Automatic save.
· A history tab allows you to track faults and repairs as well as warranty.
· See number of licenses remaining and quickly list all working or faulty computers.
· Export reports directly to Excel or plain text.
· Built-in help via tool tips.
· Keep track on which software licenses are installed on which computers. Create one-to-one, one-to-many and many-to-one license assignments.
· Network version supports Active Directory and Open Directory via FileMaker Server. Control which users are allowed full access, read-only or none at all.
· Easy contextual navigation with most useful items only a click away.
· RealPower estimate helps you assess which computers will give the best performance.
· The demo version doesn't support multiple windows, so holding down Alt when clicking on buttons has no effect.
· It is also limited to a maximum of 5 items of hardware and 5 items of software.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Bug fix - Location field was missing in export files