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UK Software Management and Licensing Conference

Majeski Stadium, Reading, UK

Majeski Stadium, Reading, UK

  • What: UK Software Management and Licensing Conference
  • Where: Majeski Football Stadium, Reading, UK.
  • When: 21st April 2010
  • Who: SIRB
  • Further Details: FAST IiS


  • Business Editor of The Times, Ian King, will share his views on the impact the economic climate has on IT practices and strategy
  • An executive summary of recent findings from IDC SAM research project, with results you can use to support any SAM business case
  • Licensing requirements for both SaaS and the Cloud
  • Milestones to move up the SAM maturity curve and reap the extended benefits
  • Real world customer experience demonstrating how to get to grips with effectively managing your licenses
  • Achieving the ISO SAM standard in stages
  • IT software asset management and beyond
  • How to take the steps towards software licence compliance with SAM



  • Oracle, the customers experience
  • Considerations for outsourcing your SAM programme
  • Achieving ISO SAM in stages
  • Key requirements and milestones to move up the maturity curve
  • Next Generation SAM – Bringing it all together – reducing software spend costs whilst improving user satisfaction
  • Moving beyond asset management
  • SaaS and Cloud Computing within your software strategy
  • Taking the steps towards licence compliance and effective licence management with SAM
  • Virtualisation and software licensing

Sponsors: Microsoft, Oracle, FrontRange Solutions, Symantec, Computacenter

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For more details and to register visit the FAST Iis Website

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