At The ITAM Review, we come across a wide range of IT Asset Management professionals, covering the full spectrum of experience.
Within our community of contributors and visitors, you’re rubbing shoulders with experienced ITAM practitioners, industry analysts and commentators, and those who may have been assigned their first ITAM project.
Where do you go when you have a question about ITAM, SAM and Licensing and all of its related processes, technology, license programs and methodologies?
Maybe you’re googling or hitting up one of the dozen-or-so LinkedIn groups. It’s hard to know where to put your trust; and when we saw the same sorts of questions come up day in and day out in all those LinkedIn groups, we felt there must be better way to help you find out what you need to know.
And more than that: it’s not very gratifying when you’ve taken the time to respond to someone’s call for help, only to watch that conversation sink down the page into a black hole when you know your answer could have helped the many others that would come afterwards!
The ITAM Review forum has been established as an industry knowledge base where you can access industry experts and practitioners whenever you’ve got a burning question in mind.
Browse by topic, or start posting your question and existing answers will be suggested to you.
What do you need help with?
- Anonymous – because sometimes you want to ask a question without your whole LinkedIn network knowing about it
- Tags and Categories – so the good stuff does not fall through the cracks and get lost in feeds
- Game Mechanics – The best answers and the best professional rise to the top
- Open to all – Please take a look, register and dig in!
- Moderated – no junk
The forum guidelines are the same for any other ITAM Review related activity:
- Let your expertise do the talking – no promotional activity
- Topics and answers need to be useful to our community and we reserve the right to edit / delete as appropriate
Any questions – please shout, thanks, Martin
About Martin Thompson
Martin is also the founder of ITAM Forum, a not-for-profit trade body for the ITAM industry created to raise the profile of the profession and bring an organisational certification to market. On a voluntary basis Martin is a contributor to ISO WG21 which develops the ITAM International Standard ISO/IEC 19770.
He is also the author of the book "Practical ITAM - The essential guide for IT Asset Managers", a book that describes how to get started and make a difference in the field of IT Asset Management. In addition, Martin developed the PITAM training course and certification.
Prior to founding the ITAM Review in 2008 Martin worked for Centennial Software (Ivanti), Silicon Graphics, CA Technologies and Computer 2000 (Tech Data).
When not working, Martin likes to Ski, Hike, Motorbike and spend time with his young family.
Connect with Martin on LinkedIn.