The DIY Hardware Inventory - A Roadmap for Failure...yep, Failure! By Jean M. Friestad, Asset Administrator Your company needs a hardware inventory done, but your company is also budget-minded. How can this be done without spending thousands of dollars? Answer: The Do-It-Yourself Hardware Inventory. Fine, so it’s decided you’re going to tackle
Electronics Disposal Then and Now - Disposal Practices Mature in a Healthcare Case Study By Ann Hughes The Recent Past Let’s take a look back in time. In the mid to late 90s, electronics recycling was like the Wild West. Were computer and other electronics recycling a viable industry? Those at the
The "Silo" Effect - Take the Time to Prevent Silos By Diane Shepard-Hill The word “silo” sounds a lot like the word “solo.” Not only do these words sound alike, they have similar meanings. Silo is defined as a standalone structure for storage that can be attached to another structure. Unfortunately, so
Mastering the SAM Challenge for SAP - Adapting SAM Plans to Handle SAP By Dr. Jan Hachenberger, KPMG All around the world, enterprises are realizing that they must employ Software Asset Management (SAM) to assure license compliance and to reduce license costs. And major software publishers such as Microsoft, IBM and Oracle
Software – Why does it always have to be Software? – Moving from Out of Control to Ready for Anything
Software - Why does it always have to be Software? - Moving from Out of Control to Ready for Anything By Bruce P. McDowell Your average user has one desk, a desk chair, a file cabinet, trash can, the walls and cubbies of their cubicle – not much else for physical assets.
"...But We're Already Doing That!" - Finding the Core Asset Portfolio By Daniel Anderson, Accenture “…But we’re already doing that!” is one of the most common phrases I hear from clients during ITAM proposals and workshops. Over the 15 years I’ve worked as a practitioner and as a consultant in the IT