DEAR Inventory is a cloud-based, inventory and order management application for SMBs. It combines an easy to use interface with powerful reporting and data analysis tools.
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Triggered when customers are created or updated.
Triggers whenever new item created in the list.
Triggers whenever new list created.
Create Sales Invoice
Create a new sale.
Create Sales order.
Creates a sales quote.
In this article, I will discuss about DEAR Inventory and SharePoint. DEAR Inventory? SharePoint? Where they are used? What are the benefits of integration of DEAR Inventory and SharePoint?
DEAR Inventory is an acronym for description, environment, access, and requirements or description, environment, application, and resources. This methodpogy can be used to help you capture information about your software assets as part of the Software Asset Management process. It can be used when you have software that was purchased or created in-house.
DEAR Inventory helps you describe the information about your software assets. The information recorded in DEAR can help you answer questions such as:
What software do I have?
What features does each one have?
How much does each one cost?
Where are my licenses?
Who is using them?
The fplowing table shows a sample of what kind of information you might capture in DEAR Inventory:
Description Environment Access Requirements Application Version 5.0 Windows XP Home 3 users for 10 hours per month. X-ray Viewer Company owned and created. All users have access to all files. Application is password protected. Audit log records any access attempts. Application can be run on any computer running Windows XP Home. Application does not require special permissions or rights. Windows XP Pro Windows XP Pro 3 computers with CD-ROMs. Scan Doctor 2.0 Company owned and created. All users have access to all files. Application requires administrator rights to run. Application cannot start without a secondary application running first. Stray Cat Scanner Company owned and created. User 1 has right to modify data but cannot delete it. User 2 has right to read data but cannot modify it. User 3 has no rights to data at all. Internal Server Internal Server 3 users for 15 hours per week. Application runs on a server that does not support remote connections. Application requires remote servers to be up and running before it starts working. None None Internal Server Internal Server 5 users for 12 hours per week. Application can run on any computer running Windows 2000 Server or Windows 2003 Server configured for Active Directory service and DNS service. Application stores data in a SQL database on internal server. None External Service provider External Service provider 25 users for 15 hours per week. Application is hosted by an external company using a virtual private network (VPN. connection over the Internet. Company owns the encryption key and has the ability to reset it at any time if necessary to recover from unauthorized use or loss of keys. Application requires 30 mbps bandwidth on the Internet connection, which may change periodically due to bandwidth restrictions imposed by the service provider. None External Service provider External Service provider 25 users for 15 hours per week. Application is hosted by an external company using a virtual private network (VPN. connection over the Internet. Company owns the encryption key and has the ability to reset it at any time if necessary to recover from unauthorized use or loss of keys. Application requires 30 mbps bandwidth on the Internet connection, which may change periodically due to bandwidth restrictions imposed by the service provider. None Cloud Storage Provider Cloud Storage Provider 25 users for 15 hours per week. This is a cloud storage system where application files are stored on multiple servers across multiple datacenters around the world. Users connect directly to these servers through standard protocps such as File Transfer Protocp (FTP), Secure FTP (SFTP), and Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV. Users do not need direct access to the servers themselves but can still access their data locally if desired using these protocps or applications that support them such as Cloud Storage Provider's own desktop application or a third-party application such as Dropbox (PO Box 1767, San Francisco, CA 94109. None
Access can refer to who can use an application, who can make changes to data in an application, who can change settings on an application, who can replace an application with another application, or who can remove an application from a computer or computer network altogether
Requirements refers to the hardware, operating system, and network connections required to use an application properly
Application refers to what program is being described
Environment refers to where that program is being used (company name, network name, department name, computer name)
For example, if you have an application called "X-ray Viewer" that runs on Windows XP Home Edition and you want to use it in a lab that runs Windows XP Professional Edition, that's an example of something you may want to record in DEAR Inventory—the version of Windows XP you're using
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