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Application management : challenges -- service creation -- strategies

Author: Frank Keuper; Christian Oecking; Andreas Degenhardt
Publisher: Wiesbaden : Springer Fachmedien, ©2011.
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A number of eminent authors take a look at aspects of application management from a range of practical and theoretical perspectives and present possible solutions for current challenges, demonstrating the close links between service creation and service management. Contents Cloud Computing Service Creation and Quality Management Resource and Competency Management Strategic Management Knowledge Management Target  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Keuper, Frank.
Application Management.
Wiesbaden : Springer Fachmedien, ©2011
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Frank Keuper; Christian Oecking; Andreas Degenhardt
ISBN: 9783834964922 3834964921
OCLC Number: 747410026
Description: 1 online resource (325 pages)
Contents: Application Management - Challenges and Chances. Application Management 2.0 / Christian Oecking, Andreas Degenhardt --
Cloud Computing - Outsourcing 2.0 or a new Business Model for IT Provisioning? / Markus Böhm, Stefanie Leimeister, Christoph Riedl, Helmut Krcmar --
Application Management - Service Creation and Quality Management --
Essential Bits of Quality Management for Application Management / Bhaswar Bose --
Resource and Competency Management - Know and manage your People / Petra Endholz --
Application Management - Strategies and Instruments. Knowledge Management Strategies and Instruments as a Basis for Transition to Application Management / Benedikt Schmidt --
Towards a Reference Model for Risk and Compliance Management of IT Services in a Cloud Computing Environment / Benedikt Martens, Frank Teuteberg --
Learning over the IT Life Cycle - Advantages of Integrated Service Creation and Service Management / Irvathraya B. Madhukar, Florian A. Täube --
Competitive Intelligence / Katja Wolter --
Morphological Psychology and its Potential for Derivation of Requirements from Web Applications using Examples of Customer Self Care Instruments / Christian Schulmeyer, Frank Keuper --
Application Management - Case Studies. Case Study - Successful Outsourcing Partnership / Anjali Arya --
Successful Choreography for a Software Product Release - Dancing to deliver a final Product / Laurent Cerveau, Freddie Geier --
Global Production Center in Latin America for Application Management Services / Maximo Romero Krause. Part I: Application Management - Challenges and Chances --
Part II. Application Management - Service Creation and Quality Management --
Part III. Application Management - Strategies and Instruments --
Part IV. Application Management - Case Studies.
Responsibility: Frank Keuper, Christian Oecking, Andreas Degenhardt (eds.).

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A number of eminent authors take a look at aspects of application management from a range of practical and theoretical perspectives and present possible solutions for current challenges, demonstrating the close links between service creation and service management. Contents Cloud Computing Service Creation and Quality Management Resource and Competency Management Strategic Management Knowledge Management Target groups Application Management chiefly targets practitioners, users and decision-makers in the IT management sector. To lecturers and students of information management, business studies and related disciplines it is also of interest.

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