Best Practices for Managing Old IT Assets

Enterprise IT, Life Cycle Management, UEM, IT lifecycle

Removing old IT devices isn’t as exciting as acquiring, setting up, and training people to use new ones. But it’s no less important. An IT asset disposition strategy is necessary for mitigating risks involving data security and disposal and recovering maximum value from the equipment. Developing and managing that strategy places demand on already limited IT resources.

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Managing Software Licenses is Hard

Enterprise IT, Life Cycle Management, UEM, IT lifecycle

Your organization has multiple versions of the same software, and you’re looking to consolidate so everyone’s on the same version. This is important because your IT team needs to have oversight over your organization’s software assets in order to make decisions on how to deploy and maintain them over their lifetime. Most organizations do not have the proper processes and procedures in place to manage software licenses or lifecycles.

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Download Case Study "Partner Offers User Ready IT"

Enterprise IT, IT Partnership, IT Team, IT value

One of our clients, a real estate company that grows by acquisition, used to manage all IT internally before partnering with Dynamic. Managing IT isn’t their core business and they had to scramble every time the business experienced growth. The real estate company acquired a 104-property company that required 360 workstations alongside the addition of 250 new staff at the headquarters, and the Director of Network Operations knew they were going to need outside help to successfully deploy user ready IT.

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Common IT Asset Lifecycle Management Challenges

Enterprise IT, Life Cycle Management, UEM, IT lifecycle

IT asset lifecycle management gives your IT team access to your organization’s asset lifecycle data from the moment you request the asset through the time it expires or is decommissioned. IT asset lifecycle management makes your IT infrastructure transparent while offering insight into the following: systems and equipment, location of components, use and cost of assets, asset warranty and expiration, and how assets affect your organization’s services.

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Intel Security Vulnerability Notification

Enterprise IT, Medical Device Manufacturers, Federal Government, IT Security

We would like to inform you that Intel Corporation has identified security vulnerabilities in its processor hardware that could potentially place impacted platforms at risk. 

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Better Manage Devices with UEM

Enterprise IT, IT Partnership, UEM

What if your business expands globally? According to Markets and Markets, the increasing use of traditional and non-traditional mobile devices at workplaces and demand for increased security are expected to drive the global market. The global unified endpoint management market size is estimated to grow from $624.9 million in 2015 to $3.73 billion by 2020.

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UEM Helps with Mergers and Acquisitions

Enterprise IT, IT Partnership, UEM

Is your business growing through mergers and acquisitions, or do you have plans to? Unified endpoint management has big business value and provides a solid foundation for successfully handling a merger or acquisition. As Mimecast writes, “success relies on aligning people, cultures, processes and infrastructure — to create a single, unified organization.” When it comes to mergers and acquisitions, organizations already have their hands full with various pitfalls that are time-consuming and could even be a drain on resources in order to remedy the issues. With UEM, you won’t have to worry about the IT hardware and software during the transition.

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Now Is the Time to Transition to UEM

Enterprise IT, UEM

As your organization scales, it will need to manage a variety of devices for your growing number of employees — including all the data attached to them as well as the data that has yet to be created. This is a challenge for any business. Unified endpoint management eases that burden, as it offers greater control and oversight of devices and the ability to streamline policies across desktops, laptops, smartphones, tablets, and now, even wearables.

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Unified Endpoint Management Benefits Users

Enterprise IT, IT Team, UEM

The potential for your business with unified endpoint management (UEM) is endless. So how does that trickle down to the employee? UEM offers easy access, high efficiency, and a sense of control to employees so they are more empowered in their work.

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3 Reasons Why Your Organization Needs UEM

IT Team, UEM

A unified endpoint management system streamlines devices with one server and one interface, saving your organization money and your IT team time.

It’s common for a company to have disparate systems to manage mobile devices, desktops, laptops, tablets, and other technology on various operating systems. Users expect a similar experience when accessing apps and data across devices, so ultimately, this demand puts a strain on IT providers as they use multiple disconnected tools to manage and control the devices.

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