Action1 includes a free SaaS-based computer inventory reporting tool for your endpoints, with a web interface remotely connecting to all of your computers (up to 100 systems are free to use). Action1 discovers your entire network from the Cloud and allows you to quickly get reports on types of systems in use, their installed hardware, versions of BIOS and other data. All information is presented in one view that covers your whole environment and no PowerShell scripting is required.
Action1 can quickly pull a list of all computers on your network with types of systems used and all other pertinent information, such as system manufacturer, model, number of processors, installed hardware, version and make of BIOS, amount of physical memory, motherboard manufacturer and serial number and so on.
Receive real-time alerts from your endpoints before security breach happens, such as when remote control software is installed, usb storage media inserted or peripheral equipment added/removed.
Not updating BIOS and other firmware can lead to security and performance issues on your endpoints. Action1 displays full real-time information on the versions and manufacturers of all firmware used on your workstations in your entire network.
Proactively tracking which PCs are running low on disk space can help to prevent lost productivity and user frustration. Action1 can quickly query all computers in real-time to determine available disk space and obtain other disk information, such as logical disks, file system types, disk quotas and more.
* Free Edition is provided free of charge with limited functionality and technical support.
Action1 gives us close-to-instant ability to undertstand what is happening across our entire network of endpoints and helps us respond in real-time.
Credit Union in Ohio
Being able to understand which new software is being installed and where is critical for our network of several thousand employee workstations
Major Regional Hospital on the East Coast
Our students love technology. But sometimes they break it too. Action1 allows us to understand all abnormal activities happening on college computers.
Community College in Texas