With so many IT assets outside of the office, unfortunate events like losing an asset or asset theft are likely to happen more often. Due to the increased risk, IT Asset Management (ITAM) Lost and Theft policies may need to be written, revised, or recommunicated.
When done correctly, managing IT assets saves organizations both hard and soft dollars, increases Return on Investment (ROI) rate, and decreases the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
One of the hardest parts of IT asset acquisition is knowing which asset will best suit the organization. There are many options out there, and even though some may seem to work well with other organizations, it might not work best with yours. The best way to know what would work best is to research
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Organizations are constantly growing and expanding. They will embrace new technologies.
While ITAM does not directly deal with IT security practices, it supports the processes. Helping to protect data is what ITAM focuses on, and a major way to help is to meet with the IT team and figure out security processes and policies.
While organizations cannot always determine how employees are going to act, they can narrow down the chances of internal data leaks by limiting who has access to what data. Employees only need access to data that directly affects their responsibilities.
With organizations looking for ways to adapt their strategies to suit the new normal, we are conducting our own research to identify the biggest challenges IT believe they are facing, and we’d really value your input.