Manage information technology (IT) assets like laptops, mobile devices, and software in a centralized workspace.
How IT inventory management software improves workflows
IT inventory management makes it easy to track, assess, and allocate resources. When you track your inventory in a connected workspace like Notion, you’re supported throughout any given asset’s lifecycle, from submitting purchase orders to procurement to depreciation.
Use Notion to:
Connect your IT inventory with the rest of your project management tools and enjoy a complete overview of your resource allocation workflow
Improve IT security by storing all relevant information in one central hub
Reduce IT overhead by eliminating the need for separate tools to manage assets
How to build your IT inventory with Notion
Create a Notion account.
Create a new page in your workspace, select
Tableas the page type, and click
Populate the table with IT assets, including their type, end user, and bar-code numbers. Include the asset’s status, like in use or on hold, and relevant dates for better lifecycle management.
Invite your teammates to collaborate.
An IT asset inventory checklist is a shareable, editable document that empowers your IT department to:
Keep tabs on software and hardware assets
Allocate resources and procure more items
Determine vulnerabilities and recall assets in an orderly fashion
Generate inventory reports and perform inventory tracking
The four main types of IT inventory are:
Hardware inventory, like laptops, printers, and mobile devices
Software inventory, like applications, operating systems, and software licenses
Network inventory, like routers
Cloud inventory, like storage, infrastructure, and other cloud-based services
You can use Notion as a free IT asset management software by building an IT resource workspace, or create your own spreadsheet from scratch. Use either option to track assets and their statuses and decide when to procure more items or retire current ones.