As centralization and information gathering techniques gain more and more popularity among medium and large corporations, resource management has become one of the critical practices that ensure productivity steadiness. Very often, the huge amount of information cannot be kept up to date by only one individual. When this occurs, the workload must be divided to prevent other issues from arising.
Some of the most common issues related to incorrect resource management are:
- Higher overhead for system administrators
- Increased number of human errors
- Slower information update time