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What's a good way to store resource cds?

By jmcdaniel ·
I am trying to store our company's extraneous IT equipment and am not sure of the best way to start. We have everything from resource cds to extra cables and hardware, but the resource cds are my main priority right now. I am not sure whether I should seperate them by clients or by manufacturer. We are a fairly small business (less than 20 employees) and I just wanted to get ideas from other techs out there on how you guys accomplish this. Thanks for any and all help.

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by SystemsAdmin In reply to What's a good way to stor ...

We are a small organisation that has approx 25 dell pc's and each pc comes with approx 10 discs, so what I do is keep 1 copy of each disc except operating system and store them in a large capacity disc wallet.

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by BobTheITBuilder In reply to What's a good way to stor ...

Have a look at the ITIL structure and you will see the part about Asset Management whereby your hardware and software are the issue. You should have a database of all your software against a product key and also a copy of it on a server plus the actual disks/media in a fire-proof safe and also a copy of the disks off-site somewhere.

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