Create service framework around sourcing and delivery of apps and desktops to end-users
Centrix Software has launched new version of its IT intelligence and service control platform, WorkSpace 5, which introduces new IT intelligence, monitoring and metering capabilities as well as enhanced end-user self service features.
The company said that WorkSpace 5 enables organisations to create a service framework around the sourcing and delivery of applications and desktops to end-users, and focuses on moving IT from a ‘buy and install’ approach to a ‘subscribe and consume’ model.
The WorkSpace 5 features: WorkSpace iQ Central service; a modular agent architecture for WorkSpace Discovery; an enhanced reporting capabilities for monitoring and metering PCs, mobile devices, software assets, and for assessing virtualisation and consolidation opportunities, and inventory changes.
In addition, it embodies additional central modules for aggregation of intelligence and delivery from multiple enterprise IT stacks, and enhanced database architecture.
Centrix Software CEO Lisa Hammond said, the new WorkSpace 5 allows enterprise IT teams to address the challenge of fragmented application management by creating a governed service framework across their entire IT infrastructure.