DCIM News Roundup, May 22
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DCIM News Roundup, May 22

Device 42 adds software license management to its software, Schneider Electric wins top DCIM product of the year award and talks about DCIM isolation from other enterprise systems, and Vigilent is named a top startup by the TiEcon entrepreneur conference.

Device 42 adds software license management to its software, Schneider Electric wins top DCIM product of the year award and talks about DCIM isolation from other enterprise systems, and Vigilent is named a top startup by the TiEcon entrepreneur conference.

  1. Device42 launches new software license management module. Device42 has added a Software License Management module to its infrastructure management software. The new module performs Windows and Linux autodiscovery, easy setup of software licensing models and complete auditing of software licenses.
  2. Schneider Electric wins DCIM award at DCS Awards 2015. The Schneider Electric StruxureWare for Data Centers DCIM software won the DCIM product of the year award at the 2015 European DCS awards. Its integrated DCIM suite has won the award for the second year running, and provides live dashboards, mobile operation for real-time tracking and on-the-go access via smart phones and tablet apps.
  3. Schneider Electric - stopping DCIM from becoming isolated. A Schneider Electric blog post discusses the future of DCIM software and the integration, interaction and interfaces that DCIM should have with other enterprise management systems.
  4. Vigilent named TiE50 top startup. Dynamic cooling management systems provider Vigilent announced that it was named a TiE50 Top Startup winner at TiEcon 2015 - a conference fro entrepreneurs. This was the fourth consecutive win of the award for Vigilent, who was recognized for demonstrating market leadership, innovation with demonstrable business results and unique intellectual property.
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