strategic enterprise assets

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Published By: CDW     Published Date: Feb 24, 2015
All organizations require software systems to conduct daily operations. These strategic enterprise assets are often acquired or created in isolation of each other as an organization grows, particularly for those that provide services rather than physical products. Over time, these systems become complex, overlapping and highly dependent on one another, so more effort must be expended to discover the full effects of any system change. The ability of an entity to update, replace or improve the overall capabilities of the enterprise can become severely impaired. Moreover, support and administrative costs for these critical assets inevitably grow to be a major burden. Add to all this the need to control licensing, follow the organizationís policies and ensure security for the internal network, and it becomes clear that some manner of oversight is required for the enterprise to be successful.
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sam, software asset management, strategic enterprise assets, license utilization, cloud based computing, business technology, cloud computing
    
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