At the most basic level, technology standards establish boundaries for technology usage, specifying technology to be used (acceptable use) and restricting access to technology that is deemed “non-standard”. These standards, most often relating to the hardware and software products allocated to individual end-users (desktops, notebooks, laptops, tablets, mobile devices, software, apps and related peripherals), typically fall into three (3) defining categories:
Solutions Standards. Standards that specify the types of products that can be used (according to manufacturer, version, platform or other defining characteristics), as well as the process by which these standardized products are acquired.
Configuration Standards. Standards that specify the way selected devices, software and apps are installed and configured.
Utilization Standards. Standards that specify the applicability of a given technology product (or set of products) to a demonstrated, stated business need, forming the basis of technology planning visit billigastemobilabonnemang.nu/, procurement and product selection recommendations.