PowerMAN Enterprise PC Power Management Reporting
The optional PowerMAN web-based reporting solution is available as either traditional, on-premise, software or as a hosted (cloud) reporting service.
It is also available as a standalone product called PowerMON.The system reports both live and historic workstation asset and
power usage related information in a variety of easily accessible graphical and tabular formats. Both reporting solutions offer exactly the same reporting features:
- PowerMAN Cloud Hosted Reporting - Running on Data Synergy’s servers, this solution avoids the need to purchase, configure and maintain your own server. This is ideal for small-medium sized organisations and can be setup in minutes. Hosted reporting is included free for the first year with all PowerMAN purchases.
- PowerMAN Enterprise Server – Running on your own server, this solution provides your own private reporting system. This is ideal for larger organisations or where use of the hosted service is not practical for privacy or legal reasons. The system offers an open database model that is ideal for further integration or development of custom queries.
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- Detailed PC hardware asset and utilization information
- Historical measurement of efficiency and waste over weeks, months or even years
- Live dashboard of workstation status and availability
- Reports true hours/minutes of activity and estimated cost and CO2 equivalents
- Groups computers by area, function or location and drill-down to individual PCs
- Optionally, collects hardware information such as PC make/model, CPU, RAM, BIOS revision, OS and free space
- Rank computers by inactivity level and highlights the most and least wasteful workstations
- Displays data graphically and allows data download in Excel compatible format
- Provides multiple access security levels and only collects anonymous data. Does not create any privacy or data confidentiality issues and provides
- Minimal network overhead and storage requirements. There is no practical limit to historic data retention.