Our February webinar for the 12-box training program covered TRANSITION.
IT departments are in a constant state of flux and ITAM needs to work with and embrace change to stay ahead.
- You can watch the recording on demand now by following this link.
- See all other recorded or planned modules here.
Datacentre Changes – Staying one step ahead
During the module we asked those on the call: Does your ITAM function have visibility of changes being made in the datacenter? This is typically in the form of the change management process. Does the ITAM function have visibility of changes?
As you can see from the table below, 51% are tracking changes in the datacenter, 49% are not or are not sure. There were slight differences between our module recording in the UK and USA time zones.
Why is tracking datacenter changes important? Significant costs and risks exist in the datacenter. If you don’t have visibility, you have to clean up mess afterwards. By working with changes as they arise, you can help the business avoid nasty costs and risks.
Our next module will cover how to maintain trustworthy inventory data. More info here: www.itassetmanagement.net/training
About Martin Thompson
Martin is also the founder of ITAM Forum, a not-for-profit trade body for the ITAM industry created to raise the profile of the profession and bring an organisational certification to market. On a voluntary basis Martin is a contributor to ISO WG21 which develops the ITAM International Standard ISO/IEC 19770.
He is also the author of the book "Practical ITAM - The essential guide for IT Asset Managers", a book that describes how to get started and make a difference in the field of IT Asset Management. In addition, Martin developed the PITAM training course and certification.
Prior to founding the ITAM Review in 2008 Martin worked for Centennial Software (Ivanti), Silicon Graphics, CA Technologies and Computer 2000 (Tech Data).
When not working, Martin likes to Ski, Hike, Motorbike and spend time with his young family.
Connect with Martin on LinkedIn.