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Save $Thousands Each Year in Licensing Costs

How We Saved $8000/Year in Licensing Costs Through a Quick Directory Audit with vScope Optimizing licensing costs can be a tough challenge to track. You may currently be wasting your IT budget on licenses that are not in use, without knowing it! In this guide I will show you how to quickly make an audit of user accounts in a group that is attached to licenses. In the end it turned out that this audit resulted in a

June 19th, 2018|

Wanted: Beta Testers for IIS & Billing

Wanted: Beta testers for IIS & Billing We have added a new probe for IIS and a new module Chargeback & Billing in vScope. They are now in Beta and we need your feedback to make them even better. We are working on two major functionality improvements in vScope including new information from Microsoft IIS sites and adding price information to vScope. Our aim with IIS is to help organizations better understand configurations and

June 7th, 2018|

GDPR statement

How our platform vScope relates to GDPR and our efforts to live up to the requirements of GDPR May 14th, 2018 MALMÖ, Sweden, May 14, 2018 – The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) affects anyone whose business involves handling Personal Data about EU residents or within the EU. Trust is paramount for us and everyone at InfraSight Labs takes personal data very seriously. This article provides an overview of how InfraSight Labs as a company

May 8th, 2018|

GDPR and IT Operations Pt. 3 – Resources

GDPR and IT Operations Pt. 3 - Resources This is a blog series of three on the topic of GDPR, and more specifically some of the practical challenges it can pose to IT Operations when it comes to auditing and documenting access control. Part 1: What users in your network has access to information. Part 2: How does those users access data (user groups) In this post we will be moving on from the Whos and the Hows

March 22nd, 2018|
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