Many events have brought on changes to the IT Asset Management (ITAM) industry, especially the Coronavirus pandemic. Yet, the industry has continued to grow with 2021 bringing new problems the IT Asset Manager will overcome. View our predictions for the new year as well as some best practice advice on how to conquer the new issues.
Data breaches are a big deal. Organizations must protect the data of their customers and business relationships. There are many proactive and reactive avenues for organizations to take, but none are as all-encompassing as getting an IT Asset Manager involved. It’s difficult to track something if you don’t know where it came from. Learn to let IT Asset Managers be the “data guide” within your organization and become more secure against data breaches in the process.
In the dynamic changing landscape of business, knowing what direction you are heading is important. Often, that means keeping track of what direction your vendors are heading as well. Keep up with latest affairs and be proactive to any changes that may occur.
Beyond the hard dollar costs and savings associated with an IT Asset Disposition process, there are softer and more intangible impacts. One of these is the impact to an organization’s brand. Instead of ensuring the brand is maintained through proper disposal processes, advertise and leverage the green initiatives in your organization to strengthen the brand and have a proactive impact!
Failing a self-audit is a tough realization, but does not necessarily have to be a negative one. Learn how to leverage a failed self-audit and become more prepared for the real thing!
There are many benefits to donating assets which include enhancing your community and becoming a pillar of societal welfare to those around you. Learn in this article how to donate to charities safely, ethically, and in a way that everyone benefits!
As COVID-19 restrictions begin lifting and organizations are reopening their offices, IT Asset Managers are uniquely positioned to continue mitigating the impact of the pandemic. The transition back into the office is important to the financial stability, recovery, and well-being of any organization. Put yourself in a winning position!
The Coronavirus situation has stressed organizations around the world. Many have deferred to a work-from-home environment to help prevent the virus from spreading. The only way that this will be done successfully is with a mature Mobile Asset Management (MAM) program. Learn about MAM best practices to prepare for the growing issue.
IT Asset Managers understand data. Simplifying the expectations of data management, maintenance, and protection will streamline every process that touches data. This means IT Asset Managers are better able to support their organization’s core competencies instead of chasing regulatory requirements.
IAITAM predicted XaaS would begin to become more commonplace in 2020. Trends in the industry already started showing this to be the case in just the first month of the year.