NEW YORK, June 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Doing More With Less is more than the latest mantra, it's the rule for survival in today's double-dip economy. Today, Argent introduces Argent Commander, a Web 2.0-based revolution for real-time monitoring and management of all IT resources.
What makes the Argent Commander revolutionary is its extensive use of new Web 2.0 programming. This means users no longer need install software like Microsoft's .NET architecture – all that is required is a web browser. "We've engineered the new Argent Commander product with the future in mind – one of our development rules is: 'Code for 2030' – we aim to write code that will be running in 20 years," explained Matthew Chan, Senior Vice President and CTO of Argent.
"We expect Web 2.0 will destroy Microsoft's .NET product, and so we're building products that don't need .NET," Chan stated.
A leader in the systems management business since 1991, Argent has over 2,000 customers worldwide, including Walt Disney, Honda, Toyota, IBM, Hewlett and Packard Foundations, Bayer, Nokia, CBS, the Social Security Administration, Wells Fargo, and Harley-Davidson.
For more information contact ArgSoft Group LLC, 75 Rockefeller Plaza, 18th Floor, New York, NY 10019, PublicRelations@Argent.com Tel: 212 222 9868. Fax: 646 530 8676.
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