Earlier this year, we offered you five tips for managing your organization’s IT assets.
At the time, we said that having an ITAM (IT asset management) plan allowed you to save money, increase your productivity and gain better access to information.
In this post, we’ll offer you four more ways to manage your IT assets, courtesy of Network World:
As IT spending increases, organizations are turning to IT asset management to cut costs. But not every organization knows just how to fully realize savings through ITAM.
Recently, the International Association of IT Asset Management listed four ways companies can find cost savings in IT asset management that will let you fully realize your potential to save.
Why do IT asset management programs succeed?
Part of it has to do with having the right IT, but most of the success depends on the people running the program, and how much they communicate with their team.
Here are four steps to communicating your new IT asset management policies to your coworkers.
There are a number of advantages to planning out how you’ll manage your company’s IT assets. Having a plan allows you to save money, boost productivity and have better access to information.
Here are five tips you can follow, courtesy of Network World, to manage your IT assets successfully:
A recent report by the European Union found that only about a third of Europe’s e-waste is being disposed of properly.
“The rest wound up in landfills and black market sales and exports, which can lead to economic, environmental and health problems,” Newsweek said. “Proper disposal methods for e-waste exist, but many European consumers and companies don’t use them.”
This isn’t just Europe’s problem. A study by the United Nations released earlier this year found that the United States had the dubious honor of being the world’s biggest e-waste dumpers, discarding 7.1 million tons of e-waste.
Your computers won’t last forever, and when it’s time to replace them, you want to be sure you can get the best value for your old equipment while also ensuring your data stays secure.
That’s where an IT asset management company like CWI can help.