Heading into 2021, companies are adopting more technologies, platforms and other assets into their IT environments than ever before. Utilizing this expanding array of resources helps them move faster, become more agile and focus more directly on customer-centric initiatives. At the same time, more resources means more IT complexity, making it harder to keep track of both the hardware and software assets that live inside these environments.
To cut through this complexity, organizations are paying more attention to IT Asset Management (ITAM). ITAM strategies oversee, manage and optimize the licenses of all the assets under IT’s control – company-owned IT systems, hardware, cloud instances, networks, processes, software and data.