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AppStream partners with Arc, launches Software Asset Auditing Tool

AppStream, Inc., a leader in on-demand application deployment and management, has announced today that it has partnered with Arc Technology as an authorised integration partner for software asset audits.

Under the program, Arc will provide both technology and consulting assistance to their channel partners for the enablement of software asset audits using solutions from AppStream. By combining asset sweeps and application streaming, customers can quickly quantify their software assets and provision licenses based on corporate and EULA policy.

AppStream Inventory Manager (AIM) is a powerful and flexible inventory scanning system for both hardware and software, which can be used as an audit scanner in both deployed agent and agent-free environments. AIM can audit remote computers and even network appliances, including switches, network printers, and other IP devices. When information from AIM sweeps is incorporated into the AppStream platform during an audit period, customers can determine not only what applications are installed, but who is using them and how often. AppStream can control and provision the licenses for both streamed and conventionally installed applications, providing the optimal benefit of corporate software assets.


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