Welcome to First Edition of ‘IT Management Blog Carnival’. 15 posts were submited to this edition of carnival but only 8 went through the selection process. The next edition will be posted in one month. The submition deadline is on 31st October. Next time I’m going to add also not submitted posts, but found by me. So please enjoy.
Welcome to the October 7, 2009 edition of it management.
The IT Skeptic presents Does a cloud computing infrastructure obviate the need for IT Service Management systems? posted at The IT Skeptic, saying, “TCCI removes the need for precisely zero ITSM processes/activities/whatever-we-are-calling-them-this-year”. According to IT Skeptic and other comments to the post, the cloud computing infrastructure requires greater need for ITSM, actually.
Martin Thompson presents ARTICLE: Ten Leaks In Your Software Management Process where he summarizes top sources of failing to pass licence audits. posted at The ITAM Review.
Harris Andrea presents Who should be responsible for Computer Software Security? posted at Technology in the 21st Century.It’s an interesting post about responsibility (or even accountability) for holes in software.
The IT Skeptic presents Some IT is about someone else’s money. Some IT is about keeping people alive. It’s different. | The IT Skeptic posted at The IT Skeptic, saying, “IT is all about people, real people. Enough of the technology, let’s get back to something human.”. Great post, being human matters (when SLA is not the most important thing in your work).
Tammy Sims presents IT Financial Management and it?s Role in the Asset Life Cycle posted at IT Asset Planning & Recovery Blog.where he tries to answer the following question “how common/important is it for an organization to align it’s IT asset management (asset names, tags, descriptions etc…) with controllership depreciation schedules?”
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of it management using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.