Nine Ways The Kace K1000 Helps Small Business

Covering Your Assets

Kace will attempt to classify discovered systems as asset types from a programmed list, which can be appended and customized to fit any need. Additional asset types can be created with data imported from spreadsheets or other file types. The database also stores a change history. Assets can be labeled and placed in groups, for instance by department, branch office, IP address, city, state, country, etc. Resellers that manage assets of multiple customers can segregate assets by company name, then by branch, department, etc.

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