Once upon a time, investing in IT asset management was a debate. Should you invest in a solution? How much? What level of functionality does your organization need?
Today, technology has evolved, and so has everyone’s dependence on it. Investment in IT asset management is no longer a choice. It’s a necessity. Organization’s need to track what devices, software, and cloud applications they’re using. They need to track how assets fit in the business model: who they belong to, how changes and/or updates will impact operations, and how to stay on the cutting edge. This Samanage survey will show:
- The types of devices today’s organizations prioritize
- The most popular operating systems
- Best practices for tracking and maximizing asset life cycles
- How IT asset management is related to internal service delivery
Instead of flying blind and ordering devices based on individual requests, IT asset management processes allow technical teams to see trends about what their organizations need. IT leaders are positioned to drive processes and approvals, ensuring organization-wide requirements are met.
With IT asset management in place, IT teams are enabled to develop efficient and effective management of hardware and software from the very beginning all the way to end of life.