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IT Gets Smarter as Budgets Get Leaner

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IT Gets Smarter as Budgets Get Leaner

This time of the year, budget holders get the jitters over Return On Investment. In 2007, the trend is on the smart spend. That means taking control of the infrastructure and managing the vulnerable desktop.

(PRWeb) March 28, 2007 -- This time of the year, budget holders get the jitters over Return On Investment. In 2007, the trend is on the smart spend. That means taking control of the infrastructure and managing the vulnerable desktop.

Continued uptake of ITIL best practice means better IT services, while budgets get leaner. These two factors are forcing decision makers to innovate and work smarter.

The continued trend for ITIL best-practice within corporate IT departments and service providers looks set to hold, according to Forester report "IT Budget Outlook", with the observation that "As in 2006, improving IT efficiency is the most important operational theme for IT shops in 2007."

Coupled with the tightening grip on budget growth for 2007, IT departments must now examine new ways to look for cost-effective measures and deliver increased efficiency. That means using the right technologies as they become available.

The terms Return on Investment (ROI) and Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) are increasingly used to underpin business cases for change, where, according to the report, "Despite the increased optimism, IT budgets show modest growth of just 0.7%."

With the Gartner TCO model highlighting that most of the spend related to desktop IT provision goes into administration and maintenance, it makes sense to employ effective Enterprise Desktop Management (EDM) technologies that take a firm hold on desktop software environments, and tip the balance sheet back in favour of the customer.

Involution Technology are optimistic that effective lockdown, change control and immediate recovery will continue to play a significant role in taming the cost of IT provision. "ITIL is mainstream now," said Ian Lawrence, UK Channel Development consultant at Involution. "Necessity breeds innovation, and so the current climate has led to a healthy shift in thinking."

Ian is enthusiastic about the record adoption of RecoverPC ( in both corporate and government IT departments -- "Business needs IT services to be up and running around the clock. While downtime will occur, it must be handled and resolved as soon as it is reported and with smartest recovery technology available. With this fundamental factor in place, all other processes from compliance, through to capacity, security and service levels share the benefits."

About Involution
Involution Technology International Limited is the Enterprise Desktop Management leader for corporate and government IT providers. RecoverPC is the end-to-end management solution that delivers groundbreaking and immediate PC recovery technology coupled with enterprise-grade management tools for LAN-based administration.

RecoverPC dramatically reduces Total Cost of Ownership by seamlessly providing high security, high compliance, standardisation and unparalleled uptime. RecoverPC integrates seamlessly with ITIL best practices -- delivering immediate benefit right across IT service provision.

Press Contact: Steve Aspris
Company Name: Involution Technology International Ltd
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Phone: +44 (0)845 130 9996

Press Release Source: EMediaWire

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