Research Guides Help Reduce Costs in Multiple Areas

Patrick Avery

IT Business Edge's Knowledge Network partner Info-Tech Research Group has uploaded a handful of research guides that provide recommendations for effective and efficient IT practices that help improve the performance or reduce the cost of technologies already deployed within your business. These guides focus on the areas of application maintenance services, end-user support services, workstation and peripheral services, and server and storage services. Guides focusing on Internal IT administration services and network and telephony services will be published tomorrow in the Knowledge Network.

 

Application Maintenance Services. This research guide provides guidance to help you realize short-term gains by cutting back on service levels while maintaining functionality, set long-term targets for improving application maintenance practices, and employ specific cost-reduction techniques and get measurable results based on varying time frames.

 

End-User Support Services. This research guide covers whether this area is a strong cost management candidate, examples of cost-reduction measures that can be achieved, and real-life insight into experiences with these cost-reduction techniques.

 

Workstation and Peripheral Services. This document focuses on guidance on whether this service area is a strong cost-cutting candidate for the organization, descriptions of specific cost-reduction measures that can be achieved according to varying time frames, and case studies that provide real-life insight into experiences with these cost-reduction techniques.

 

Server and Storage Services. This research guide provides guidance on whether this service area is a strong cost-cutting candidate for the organization, descriptions of specific cost-reduction measures that can be achieved according to varying time frames, a section on potential mistakes and mitigation steps, and case studies that provide real-life insight into experiences with these cost-reduction techniques.


 

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