White Paper: Netreo
It’s all too common to see IT management software at the top of the heap for shelfware. We've been able to identify some of the leading causes that prompt companies to abandon these (often significant) software investments.
84% of companies are paying for SHELFWARE!!
Read this whitepaper on “5 ways to keep your IT management software from becoming shelfware” that outlines the following 5 key pointers you can use to keep your IT management software investment producing positive returns:
Too many alerts are worse than not enough in the new IT management software
Don't make people go to multiple places to gather information
Keep the interface simple and fast to avoid your IT managment software become shelfware
Minimize administration from becoming shelfware
Don't buy management software:How to ensure that IT management software purchases don’t become shelfware.
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