BS/EN 50667-2016 pdf download

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BS/EN 50667-2016 pdf download.Information technology Automated infrastructure management (AIM) systems Requirements, data exchange and applications.
The purpose and intent of asset management is to improve the effective utilization and availability of business assets with the aim of reducing operating cost.
Assets include all elements of software and hardware that are found in the business environment.
Information technology (IT) asset management is an important part of an organization’s strategy. It usually involves gathering detailed hardware and software inventory information which is then used to make decisions about hardware and software purchases and redistribution. IT inventory management helps organizations manage their systems more effectively. It also saves time and money by avoiding unnecessary asset purchases and promoting the harvesting of existing resources.
AIM systems are capable of manually documenting asset information for passive components and have the capability to discover the presence of, and maintain information about the network connectivity status and derived location of:
a) network distribution equipment, e.g. routers, switches, wireless access points (WAPs);
b) end devices, e.g. servers, personal computers (PCs), Internet Protocol (IP) telephones, IP cameras, access control equipment. etc.
To limit disruption of business operations and information security, organizations utilize incident management processes. AIM systems are able to enhance these processes through recording events and generating notifications, alerts and alarms in response to the recorded events.
There are also potential benefits to the storage of acceptance test or configuration information within the record of the connected network distribution equipment or end devices (see 6.3.2.3).
6.2.3 Capacity management
An organization is able to use the record of capacity and utilization of telecommunications infrastructure facilities, network distribution equipment or end devices maintained by the AIM system to improve the speed and accuracy of planning of moves, adds and changes. Examples include the following.
a) In all situations, through its ability to analyse physical status of equipment ports and correlate that information to logical status of these ports, the AIM system is able to pinpoint unused ports that could be freed up for production use, thereby maximizing the utilization of existing network equipment and possibly eliminating future asset purchases.
b) In office environments, the record of switch ports with a patched connection may be related to the number of switch ports without an end-device connection and used to create a work order to remove cords from unused ports — ensuring the maximum use of existing ports and potentially negating the need to purchase additional capacity.
C) In data centres, the record of total telecommunications Infrastructure space and occupied telecommunications infrastructure space may be used to accurately assess the available space to house incoming telecommunications infrastructure equipment and to assist in the planning of the new location.
c) in the pharmaceutical industry: US. Food and Drugs Administration — Good Manufacturing Practices.
Changes to the cabling infrastructure, network distribution equipment and end devices are maintained within AIM systems and include but are not limited to the real-time information about:
1) authorized and unauthorized patching activities;
2) generation of move, add, change work orders or a linkage with work order management systems in order to reduce the time required to implement connectivity changes, and to deliver improved accuracy by minimizing possibilities of human errors;
3) automated tracking of work order completion:
4) scheduled work order history;
5) monitoring changes to connectivity, providing user defined alerts, maintaining a change history as
described in 6.3.5.
6.2.5 Incident management
AIM systems are able to record events and generate notifications, alerts and alarms in response to the recorded events. This facility can enhance security by notification of unauthorized connections, disconnections or access to the AIM system. This information can be provided to IT or physical security staff within the organization. The real-time event notification may be sent using a variety of methods depending on the functionality of the AIM system (e.g. email, text messaging, SNMP traps).
6.3 Extrinsic benefits of AIM when linked with other business information and network management systems
6.3.1 General
Exchange of data between an AIM system and business Information or network management systems can provide enhanced functionality to both systems (IP telephony management, helpdesk applications. etc.).
Other business information systems are a broad category that may apply to many different systems or applications within customer owned premises. The following non-exhaustive list of systems and applications are covered because of their importance and impact when linked with AIM systems.
a) IT-related systems:
— Internet Protocol (IP) telephony management;
— network management systems;BS/EN 50667-2016 pdf download.

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