Look around any workplace and you see Information Technology (IT) assets. If you are working in an average office environment, you probably have a computer monitor with a CPU at your desk along with a smartphone and VoIP telephone. A short distance away is a networked printer, copiers, scanners, fax machine and servers. This is the IT equipment that handles a majority of the work executed daily for the organization. The importance of this equipment is taken for granted, and the management of it underestimated and misunderstood. The reality is that this equipment fuels the organization and represents a major investment of the organization.