10 Obvious Statements about Software Configuration and Change Management (And What They Mean For Your Organization)

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This document will explore 10 important aspects that should be considered before proceeding with the implementation of a specific solution. Most SCCM solutions address the common issues of source control but many do not address the entire SCCM process requirements. In this document we try and highlight some of these additional needs.


From the 4 steps in the change process:

  • the monitoring state
  • the requirements state (what do I require to fix this)
  • the development state (fixing the component)
  • & the transfer state (inserting the fixed component back into the production environment)


to how a SCCM system can ensure that your business rule applications are kept even when changing software.

Remain Software
Feb 8, 2021
Apr 16, 2009
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