Diglinks releases CIMT as Open Source under GPL License
CIMT from DigLinks is a new form of IT management software with which the entire IT infrastructure can be managed and steered on a user-friendly basis in small companies
CIMT can be integrated into IT landscapes easily and without great effort – irrespective of the number of systems, the different operating systems, the hardware components or the network connections. In addition to IT management software, an individually scalable service package is offered which saves companies time-consuming routine work in their running technical-data operations – team tasks, such as the trouble ticketing system and even the entire IT management can be transferred to DigLinks.
"In this way, companies gain a comprehensive overview of their current IT status and the costs that have arisen. CIMT especially helps small and medium sized companies to focus on their core business, supported at all times by an optimum IT infrastructure," explains Badri Pillai, Managing Director of DigLinks GmbH and developer of CIMT.
CIMT is written in Java for portability and covers the requirements of the company IT department – whether it is the users, workstations, IPs, network devices or servers, hardware and software: all can by controlled, managed and steered with a single application. Error notifications are automatically generated and sent to the appropriately responsible individual via a wide range of communication paths, such as email, SMS or pager.
Download CIMT at http://dl-cimt.diglinks.com/...
DigLinks is a specialist for IT system and network solutions. As a service provider, DigLinks offers all IT services for maintaining the IT operations of a company in the digital age at the very latest technological level, thereby ensuring smooth operational sequences.
For further information, please visit: http://www.diglinks.com
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