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Benefits of the Technology Selection and Purchase Process
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Technology Selection and Purchase: Need Help?
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Submit a Technology Selection and Purchase Request  Ask a Question about Technology Selection and Purchase Technology Service Catalog Read More
Glossary of Technology Selection and Purchase Terms
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Glossary of Technology Selection and Purchase Terms    Term  Description  Build or Buy  Assess whether to develop something in-house or purchase it from an external supplier. Analysis includes cost-benefit, opportunity costs, return... Read More
What is a Technology Purchase?
Viewed 23 times since Thu, May 23, 2019
Define a Technology Purchase   Technology is defined as any hardware, software, and/or software as a service (SaaS) which will connect to the university network, access, collect or store University data.    Hardware is any physical component of a... Read More
Why Do We Need a Technology Selection and Purchase Process?
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Why do we need an Information Technology Selection and Purchase process? The growth and use of Cloud Services (SaaS), and applications managed and operated outside of IT and AT have been steadily increasing. Currently, when business units and... Read More
I Want to Buy Technology - Do I Need to Use the Technology Selection and Purchase Process?
Viewed 21 times since Mon, Jun 3, 2019
  Before you make a software or technology purchase, and before you engage a technology vendor, be aware not all technology is created equal. If you find your technology or service through a UNH service provider, you can submit an online request... Read More
How Does the Technology Selection and Purchase Process Work?
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  Before you make a software or technology purchase, before you engage a vendor, UNH may already own what you need!     1. To begin let’s understand your business needs. Capture the business need: what problem are you solving, or... Read More