As more organizations become increasingly reliant upon digital technology, IT asset management has moved to the forefront of priorities in a relatively rapid fashion.
IT service management has become a far more common aspect of corporate operations in the past few years, especially through the perspective of industries adopting new technologies and finding ways to get the most out of each investment.
Universities and colleges have not necessarily been the most commonly discussed organizations in conversations related to IT modernization and advancement, at least not from an operational management standpoint.
The healthcare sector has been at the cutting edge of the technological revolution that has taken place on a global scale throughout the past several years.
Information technology was not always such a central aspect of corporate operations in every organization, but the digital revolution that has gained steam in the past decade has forced many major industries to face new tools, services and solutions head-on.
The cybersecurity climate has been a bit choppy in the past few years, as organizations from a wide range of industries and regions have experienced increasing threat proliferation and data breaches.
Enterprise mobility has been one of the hottest trends in corporate computing for several years running, as employees from an increasingly diverse range of industries continue to demand the ability to use their smartphones, tablets and portable computers for work functions.
Digital information volumes have increased to record levels in a relatively short period of time, and businesses have been forced to develop methods of efficiently and accurately managing significantly higher, more diverse levels of data.
The IT service management sector has evolved significantly in the past few years, with organizations from a wide range of industries increasing their investments in the various tools and solutions offered by modern vendors.
This is the first part of an ongoing series in which we will discuss the ways strong IT asset management, procurement and delivery practices can positively benefit the customer experience in banking. Join us as we navigate the complex and exciting financial services IT landscape from the perspectives of senior management.