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To hear why Gartner value the market to be worth 7.8bn by 2003 meet Pat
Dunne, VP of Northern Europe at Staff & Line

Imagine an IT manager being able to ensure software license compliance,
receive technical alerts in advance of running out of disk space, obtain a
hardware and software inventory and control costs at the touch of a button.

These are just some of the capabilities available from - the
world's first online IT asset management solution from Staff & Line,
designed to give an overall view of the hardware and software installed on a
network. On a selected time cycle the reports give feedback on
the specifications of workstations such as processor speed and type,
available disk capacity, RAM, software loaded and their versions, how many
desktops are Windows 2000 ready, and even what games are loaded!

With all areas of business investigating ways of reducing costs and better
managing their IT investments, IT managers cannot afford to ignore this
technology. One prime example is when one of Staff & Line's customers was
tempted by an offer of a large amount of hard disk space at a great
discount. After running the software on their system found
that they weren't using the storage space they already had!

Other examples that have been extracted from the database of PCs currently
recorded by Staff & Line are:

- 22% have processors that are too small for Windows 2000 ( <= 200 MHz)
- 56% have too little memory for Windows 2000 ( < 128 MB)
- 18% have too little free disk space for Windows 2000 (< 1 GB available)

To find out more about how Staff & Line are addressing this relatively new
market which - according to Gartner will be worth $7.8bn by 2003 - make a
date in your diary to meet up with Pat Dunne, VP of Northern Europe on the
24th May.

If you would like to meet up, please call Nicola Alvey at Eclat Marketing on
01628 400900 or e-mail

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