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Forms for Tracking

By OfficeTrouble ·
I have been looking around for forms to us to keep track of the information from all the computers in my office. I need to keep track of the maintenance and when it was completed and backup as well.
In my research I found many deferent report formats but they all seem to be a little more then what I am looking for. So here I am asking any of you if there is a simple way to keep track of maintenance, upgrades, and so on.
I?m not looking for sarcasm or any low blows I know I can create something myself but if anyone can give me an idea then it would be great if not please do not reply.

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Re: Forms for Tracking

by Info-Safety, LLC In reply to Forms for Tracking

If you have a small operation and just need to know the most recent maintenance, upgrade, backup, etc., you could track with a spreadsheet, using a column for each type of thing. To keep a history, a simple database would do. One table would hold the serial number (or your internal inventory number) and make and model. Another table would hold all the transactions, i.e., maintenance, upgrades, backups, etc.

If you want something fancier than this, check out
http://www.syslist.com/
or Magic --
http://www.remedy.com/solutions/magic/

Good luck.

Craig Herberg

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