Start tracking all your IT assets, computer and network equipment, licenses, software, and vendors with the free open-source software GLPI.
For the longest time, I was searching for a way to combine information about all my IT assets into one searchable location. When you start adding up printers, PCs, laptops, networking devices, monitors, and various other peripherals on the network, it can easily become difficult to manage those assets. Furthermore, I also have to track and maintain software licenses, service contracts, vendor and warranty information, and documents associated with these.
Do your developers and administrators need access to production systems?
How much authority do your developers and administrators need on your production systems? Does each programmer need *ALLOBJ authority? Have you ever failed a security audit because of too many user profiles with too much special authority? When end users call your Help Desk for help with authority problems, does the Help Desk ask for the end user's password and then sign on to test the authority issue?