Take a moment to review how you name things.
Devices: Servers, Desktops, Laptops, Tablets, Mobile Devices, Printers, Printer Pools/Groups.
Resources: Software Packages, Log Files, Folders, Shares.
Active Directory: User Accounts, Security Groups, Contacts, Group Policy Objects, WIM Files, Forests, Domains, Sites and Subnets, Site Links.
SCCM: Packages, Collections, Advertisements, Task Sequences, Boundaries, Catalog Descriptions.
All of it. EVERY F-ING THING.
Then, ask yourself this: If I had to manage 50,000 of EACH of these things, what would make it easier to filter out and find things by logical grouping?
- By type or category (desktop, laptop, high-end vs cheap-crap, servers, physical vs. virtual)
- By organizational entity (department, division, group, sector, team, project, etc.)
- By security role (admins, users, special roles, etc.)
You might laugh this off or smirk, but om-f-ing-g: this comes back to bite the living shit out of more people than I can count. If I had a dollar for every time I've heard an SE, SA or whatever say "damn. I wish I would have named this stuff like ____." I would be retired and living on a tropical island. My own island. With my own castle and airplane and an armada of jetski's to go with it.
Just do it.