• Main Menu
  • IT Management

    • ITIL Framework

      ITIL Framework

      The ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) framework is a collection of concepts for information technology systems and operations. It is the most widely accepted reference standard concerning a wide variety of subjects including service support, service delivery, service management, infrastructure management, application management, security management, and business strategies. Companies can refer to the ITIL framework

    • Service Management

      Service Management

      Service management, also called IT service management, is the discipline used in industries that provide services or a combination of goods and services. While widely used in the IT industry, specifically the ICT (information and Communication Technology) sector, service management can be integrated into many other industries. Service management is usually used in conjunction with

    • ERP Systems

      ERP Systems

      ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) is a process in which business management is integrated with technology. ERP systems, therefore, allow this integration to be done effectively and without fault. An effective ERP system requires that many aspects of the business are connected. To have the best architecture for the organization, the following must be part of

    • BS7799

      BS7799

      ISO17799 and BS7799 are security policies and standards procedures. The standard was initially known as a British standard called BS 7799, developed by the British Standards Institution. Later, it became the ISO IEC 17799 standard when it was adopted by the ISO IEC technical committee for international use. Such a committee is called ISO IEC

    • ITSM (Information Technology Service Management)

      ITSM (Information Technology Service Management)

      ITSM stands for Information Technology Service Management. It is a discipline that is widely used for managing large, medium and small scale information technology systems. ITSM is targeted towards the customer and is considered a consumer friendly approach to managing a wide variety of services. ITSM tries to put the consumer relationship first, by switching

    • ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning)

      ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning)

      ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) is principally an integration of business management practices and modern technology. Information Technology (IT) integrates with a corporate house’s core business processes to streamline and accomplish specific business objectives. Consequently, ERP is an amalgamation of three most important components: Business Management Practices, Information Technology, and Specific Business Objectives. In simpler words,

    • Business Intelligence

      Business Intelligence

      Business Intelligence is a broad field of study. The major thrust of business intelligence theory looks at certain factors to make high quality decisions. These factors include customers, competitors, business partners, economic environment and internal operations. Here is some more information on how these factors help businesses make quality decisions. Customers: Without customers a business

    • What is Keiretsu?

      What is Keiretsu?

      The keiretsu business system first hit the press in the United States during a series of trade disputes between the United States and Japan in the late 1980s to early 1990s. The system is a series of affiliated companies that work together to ensure the mutual success of each company. The keiretsu system also relies

    • Database Integration

      Database Integration

      Database integration means that multiple different applications have their data stored in a specific database – the integration database – so that data is available across all of these different applications. In other words, the data is available between two different parties and therefore, can be easily accessed and implemented into a different application without

    • Sarbanes-Oxley

      Sarbanes-Oxley

      The Sarbanes-Oxley Act was signed into law on July 30, 2002 by President Bush, and was approved by the House by a vote of 423-3 and by the Senate 99-0. Sarbanes-Oxley is considered the most significant change to federal securities laws in the United States since the New Deal. Officially titled the Public Company Accounting

    it-management
    } 269 queries in 0.484 seconds.