According to Stamford, Conn.-based market research firm Gartner Inc., technology asset management will rank as one of the top five priorities for information technology (IT) leaders through 2006. Tools for managing and taking inventory of IT assets have remained beyond the budget of many schools and universities so far--but with the release of NetSupport DNA (Dynamic Network Administration), school IT professionals now have an affordable, easy-to-use system for keeping IT costs in check, according to the company.

"The Gartner report revealed that a majority of organizations do not have efficient ways of keeping track of their IT assets," said Alastair Kingsley,...

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