Planet Technologies, a Microsoft Consultant, Announced the Release of RECON

Planet Technologies has developed an enhanced system monitoring dashboard on Microsoft System Center. Designed to support compliance, asset management and security, RECON addresses the need for real time information on IT system assets in conjunction with Microsoft's announcement to "end of life" support for Windows XP later this year. The Planet Technologies team set out to build a solution that addresses the needs of enterprise customers IT reporting by proactively monitors migration efforts for desktops and servers. RECON is being offered for about $5,000 US to most enterprise customers who currently own a Microsoft enterprise license agreement. Read the full details here.



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