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Why NetZoom?

Asset Management Made Easy!

Have you been using the old fashioned drag-and-drop method to create network diagrams and rack elevations in Microsoft® Visio? With NetZoom there is no need to drag-and-drop to create static diagrams that quickly become obsolete. NetZoom allows you to easily manage all of your IT and facility assets and their inter-connections in one place. Then, you can automatically create accurate connectivity diagrams and rack elevations whenever needed.
As NetZoom is powered by the world's largest and most up-to-date device stencil library, it is the must have companion software for Microsoft Visio users involved in data center planning, management or operations who require accurate network diagrams, wiring diagrams, data center floor layouts, and rack elevations.
NetZoom is perfect for asset management in small data centers, server rooms, data closets, rack rooms, IT rooms, and departmental IT rooms where there may be fewer professionals engaged in managing various aspects of networks, racks, servers, A/V, etc.
NetZoom is also popular with contractors, consultants, and Audio/Video installers for their professional diagramming projects.
The latest NetZoom release offers many new features that are often found in a DCIM (Data Center Infrastructure Management) solution including Connectivity Management, as well as enhancements to existing features like the Report Builder Wizard.
You too can have peace of mind by having all of your assets and connections documented in one centralized location, simplifying asset management and streamlining the diagraming process. With NetZoom, you can have Asset Management Made Easy!
If your team needs to work collaboratively, you may be interested in NetZoom Pro.
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