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    • Asset Management

      Asset Management

      In order to keep track of their belongings, companies use asset management software and practices that aid in organization and lead to better productivity. Asset management is an underlying need that transcends all industries and used to require a team of professionals to monitor and keep track of everything that a particular company does and

    • The Waterfall Model

      The Waterfall Model

      The Waterfall model is one of the best known applications of the Systems Development Life Cycle model (or SDLC), commonly used in the information systems, software, and systems engineering fields. The model is a sequential design process and gets its name from the visual depiction of progress, following the methodology looking like a waterfall as

    • DMADV

      DMADV

      DMADV is one of two major methodologies of the Six Sigma system. The Six Sigma system is a way to improve processes in work and manufacturing and its main goal is to eliminate defects. The Six Sigma methodology has been widely used by many Fortune 500 corporations with amazing results and can be used in

    • GroupWare

      GroupWare

      In the modern era, enterprises are expanding beyond both local and national borders. Hence, collaboration between employees who are located all over the world can be problematic. In order for large, multinational companies to remain competitive, such collaboration is required, hence the need for GroupWare. What is GroupWare? Groupware (Collaborative Software) is any software, application,

    • MTTR (Mean Time to Recovery)

      MTTR (Mean Time to Recovery)

      MTTR is an abbreviation for Mean Time To Recovery or Mean Time To Repair which represents the average time taken to put a defective component or system back in working order. It is a measure of the maintainability of a system and predicts the average amount of time required to get the system to work

    • SAS 70

      SAS 70

      The AICPA (American Institute of Certified Public Accountants) developed and maintains the SAS 70 (Statement on Auditing Standard 70). Specifically, SAS 70 is a “Report on the Processing of Transactions by Service Organizations” where professional standards are set up for a service auditor that audits and assesses a service organization’s internal controls. At the end

    • DMAIC

      DMAIC

      DMAIC is a basic Six Sigma methodology component- a way to improve work processes by eliminating defects. The Six Sigma methodology is widely used in many top corporations in the United States and around the world. It is normally defined as a set of practices that improves efficiency and eliminate defects. Six Sigma has been

    • 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

    • ITIL Processes

      ITIL Processes

      The Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) is a series of books that contain proper procedures to handle situations that any IT organization would come in contact with. Using a series of check lists, tasks and procedures, an IT organization can take what is available to it and implement it in such a way that ensures

    • HIPAA

      HIPAA

      HIPAA, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, was enacted by the U.S. Congress in 1996, and became effective July 1, 1997. This act is a grouping of regulations that work to combat waste, fraud, and abuse in health care delivery and health insurance. The intention of the HIPAA is also to improve the effectiveness

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