Asset Identification encompasses the activities that uniquely identify and validate the physical presence of IT assets. It is a primary enabler of many related activities in the software lifecycle, hardware lifecycle, IT Acquisition and Documentation Management KPAs.
Unique physical identification tags on the outside of the IT asset associate that label with a particular IT asset, which may not have meaning outside of the organization.
The Asset Identification Advanced Training Course is based on the information and practices contained in IBPL Asset Identification Volume 11, which pertains to the activities that uniquely identify and validate the physical presence of IT assets within an organization.
Asset identification is a primary step in an ITAM program and impacts many other KPAs within an asset’s lifecycle. Unique physical identification tags are assigned and affixed to the outside of IT assets, which associate that label with a particular IT asset. This form of identification is necessary for inventory, location, security and compliance purposes.
Current means of identification include, but are not limited to, bar code and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), in which an asset tag will contain information or relate to information specific to the asset on which the tag is affixed. This tag identification system will normally be unique to the organization.
In this Advanced Training Course, students will learn about several topics. Those include conducting a physical audit, asset ID projects, acceptance process, RMA, physical inventory, asset ID tagging, order reconciliation, rejection criteria and process, and the technology that will enhance the asset identification process area and maintaining executive buy-in.
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