Android app offers new flexibility for IT admins

SysAid, an Israel-based provider of IT service management and customer service support software has released mobile apps for its management software for Android in addition to BlackBerry and iPhone.

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SysAid, an Israel-based provider of IT service management and customer service support software has released mobile apps for its management software for Android in addition to BlackBerry and iPhone.

"Companies need to know that they can rely on their IT management at all times," saidIsrael Lifshitz, founder and CEO of SysAid. "As we have seen with our applications for iPhone and Blackberry, mobility allows IT management teams to enjoy maximum efficiency, translating into greater productivity."

The new Android release makes SysAid the world's only vendor offering mobile help-desk solutions across all three popular mobile technology platforms, according to the company.

The SysAid Helpdesk App enables IT professionals more easily to monitor and manage help-desk requests and IT assets in real time.

With a specially designed mobile interface tailored to each platform, the software facilitates complete accessibility and control over service requests, including viewing, prioritizing, filtering, updating, and customizing items.

Users can also put the app to work for viewing and managing hardware, software, and manufacturer details of computers, printers, and other IT assets.

Available for free in the Android Market, the new SysAid app is compatible with SysAid IT 7.0.05, the latest version of SysAid's IT service management software. The free SysAid IT mobile app for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, meanwhile, can be downloaded on iTunes.

For BlackBerry, the SysAid Helpdesk App is available for download in BlackBerry App World.

SysAid is built on ITIL best practices and provides a variety of practical tools for monitoring and optimizing everything from the help desk to asset management and reporting. Scalable editions of the software are available as on-premise or SaaS services for businesses of any size, while a free version is available for small businesses with fewer than 100 users.

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