Here is an example of why using default configurations can lead to security issues.
With “Everything As A Service” on the horizon, small to medium enterprises (SMEs), will face a unique challenge of scalability, privacy regulation, connectivity, capability, and compliance if EAAS takes place.
Open Source Software (OSS) has revolutionized the way in which the entire world interacts with IT assets. IT Asset Managers need to understand the different between the usage rights granted under a copyright and the usage rights granted under a patent.
Acquisition managers should pay attention to support expiration dates. They might begin with the manufacturing date and not when the asset was purchased.
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Organizations that allow employees to Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) might want to take notice of where the data on those mobile assets are being stored.
There are many different disposal processes an ITAM program can practice. Giving back to others is a great way to build your image while being eco-friendly!
IT Asset Managers who work for the same organization but live on different sides of the ocean have to have steady communication. Devices on the Internet of Things must be effectively tracked and carefully managed.
There’s more to choosing cybersecurity insurance than just picking out a new policy. Terms and conditions are important for compliance, and your organization’s security policies might need to be updated.
Cloud licensing isn’t as easy as it used to be, but there are several ways to help ensure compliance.