New License Management Tool for GHS Users

Monday, August 04, 2008

Areas of application for GHS NETplus include salvage and other specialized operations that require remote use of GHS software.    Prior to travel, a GHS license may be loaded onto a networked PC, disconnected from the network, and deployed off-site for a determined amount of time.  No more dongles or expiring keys to worry about with NETplus - the system automatically returns the checked-out license to the library on the due date so it's available for the next user.

NETplus gives administrators an optimal tool for deployment and management of a company's GHS software inventory.   With the ability to track licenses, administrators can now pinpoint active users of GHS.  Licenses can be prioritized so that the software can be utilized precisely where and when needed - an essential tool for project managers.  Also, NETplus provides certainty to administrators that licenses are used in accordance with the licensing agreement.

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