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Support structure for Domino servers

What is the best organization structure to support Domino servers and users? Shouldn't one group manage this role? Currently I manage all Notes administration (and user support). My management wants to split this into Server admin and user admin and put these into two different divisions. Don't most companies have all admin in one group for security and consistency?
This is really a corporate decision. While having all administration in one department helps that team know exactly what is going on, it may be more efficient to have another department handle new hires and terminations for all products. As long as you trained the people, gave them rock solid instructions, and limited their access to prevent them from messing up your servers and NAB, it should be ok.

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