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Copy of IT Asset Management

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palash mallik

on 19 February 2013

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IT Asset Management Business Aligned IT: Reduced cost Why Asset Management Who is responsible for this device? What is the utilization of this device? Who is the owner of this device? Is there experience with this device? What is the status of this device? What is the total cost of this device? Logical Architecture Asset: Resource with economic value Current Asset: Fixed Asset: Tangible Asset Intangible Asset Assets = Liabilities +Stockholder's Equity (Owner's Equity) ITAM business practices have a common set of goals:
Uncover savings through process improvement and support for strategic decision making
Gain control of the inventory
Increase accountability to ensure compliance
Enhance performance of assets and the life cycle management Risk reduction through standardization
proper documentation
loss detection Incorporate Life cycle Processes and Governance: Avoid Common Mistake: Better managing and administrating IT assets Methodology is first and foremost about technology The IT platform with the lowest -Cost TCO is the best choice Soft costs don't count Steering committee Executive committe IT Management What is IT:

Applications What is IT manager's Role: explain apply integrate What is information resources? IT as management tool Understanding IT Infrastructure IT planning IT performance Management: The historical Approach The Top Down Approach The Benchmarking Approach IT Goals and KPI: Globalisation
Customers, partners, suppliers – and competition
Connectedness driving sophisticated value chains
Industry regulations, consumer pressure and competition driving openness
Service focus
Differentiation and shareholder value increasingly derived from service experience introduce life cycle poor communication inadequate focus on process: Failure to analysis data Marvo Collins' School Turst yourself
Be yourself
Limitation is suicide 1981 Mr. Reagan 1989 George H. W. Bush 1995 100 million dollar donation

Callion's national teacher training institute

More than 10000 teachers Infrastructure + Application *control IT purchase and deployment *compare need with purchase terms and purchase history *avoid non complain and its associated legal risk *Eliminate unnecessary purchase *Retirement date of requirement nearing the end of life cycle How ITAM Works IS vs. IT Information System (IS) is a system which serves the purpose of providing information. Information Technology (IT) is the technology by which an IS is developed. For example, an ERP system commonly deployed in organizations is an IS, whereas MS .NET, Java, Oracle products, etc, are technologies. Documents to be signed by the customer:
Licensing agreement
OLSA (signed by Software Firm and end user)
Partner sublicensing agreement (signed by Partner and end user)
End user order form (signed by partner and end user) IT Department Data Entry Operations 3M+ Information Technology is the use of hardware, software, services, and supporting infrastructure to manage and deliver information. Reporting Tools Total Cost of Ownership Business Services Costs Asset Costs Service Agreements Leases Warrantees Vendor Contracts Internal Audits Vendor Audits Disposal Purchasing SW License Management Accurate Inventory Audit Readiness Financial
Management Software Asset
Management IT Asset
Management Maintenance Asset Lifecycle
Management IT Asset Management Business Priorities Procter & Gamble's CEO, Bob McDonald Five years ago, Meta Group reported U.S. corporations wasted $90 billion buying assets
already owned, buying the wrong technology, and making lease payments on equipment
already returned IT asset management programs and tools can expect a 25 percent reduction in the
total cost of ownership.
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