KOALA in Depth: Key Costs -- Foundation for Value Analytics and Planning

Click here to download now

Source: Avocent
Date: April 2009
Type: White Paper
Rating: (0)

Overview: This is the first of a series of articles that expands on the principles of the KOALA Factor, first introduced in A Pragmatists Guide to Structuring IT Asset Data. The KOALA Factor is: Key costs, ownership, accountability, lifecycle status, and assignment. The premise is that if bankers can track these core facts for your IT assets, they can provide at least a rudimentary response to the vast majority of the planning, compliance, and procurement tasks in the short term, and that data can give you the foundations for extended service delivery and support (CMDB) going forward.

Not what you're looking for? Search again
Go Advanced »

Featured Banking Resources

What Every Banker Needs to Know About Dodd-Frank (in Less Than 40 Pages)
This Dodd-Frank Cheat Sheet is a synthesis of the legislation's most important provisions, highlighting the Act's key requirements, deliverables and IT implications. While the Cheat Sheet isn't a substitute for reading the entire legislation, the interactive tool will help you make sense of this historic piece of regulation -- in less than 40 pages.

Banking Webcasts