[Public Exposure] A Sysadmin’s Perspective of IT Asset Management

We’ve probably all heard the story about a group of blind men who try to describe an elephant. Each of them feels only one part of the elephant and so gets a very different idea of the animal to the others. As none of them are stomped to death, we can safely assume that the elephant is tame.
This probably feels very distant from IT asset management, but it happens to be relevant.

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