Over the past several years, organizations have been moving more and more internal business processes to the cloud in an effort to reduce infrastructure and labor costs while increasing efficiencies. While this approach may meet these main objectives, it creates Software Asset Management challenges.
In this time of rapid mobile adoption, most people own more than one mobile device. First, we transitioned from the traditional desktop to the laptop. Then we adopted the smart phone over the standard cell phone and added the tablet to our mobile technology acquisitions.
In recent years, software license management has grabbed the spotlight in the IT Asset Management world because of the plentiful opportunities for cost savings. While many organizations focus on Software Asset Management, Hardware Asset Management has been largely overlooked.
When you’re observing a scenic landscape of the ocean, mountains or desert, do you prefer a narrow or panoramic view? A narrow view provides limited visibility, while a panorama is all-inclusive. This same concept can be applied to data normalization.
Historically, IT organizations have suffered from the silo effect in which IT Asset Management (ITAM) and IT Service Management (ITSM) functions operated separately and information between the groups and supporting systems was not shared or integrated.