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Software Licensing Training Survey

Here at The ITAM Review, we’ve heard your requests for software licensing training – and we’re working hard to bring you what you need to make your roles that bit easier.

Our aim is to deliver a comprehensive, intro to expert, multi-vendor, multi-format training portfolio that will keep you and your teams up to speed on all the current and future licensing rules, changes, products, agreements and more.

To help us help you, what we want to do now is get some feedback from you – the learners – so we can better understand what you want to learn and also get an idea of how you want to learn it. We want to make it as interesting, engaging, relevant and yes, fun, as possible and your feedback will form a big part of that.

In this first survey, we’ve focused primarily on Microsoft and have suggested a number of topics we think you’ll be interested in learning about. However if we’ve missed something that’s important to you, please let us know on the form.

Click here to take the survey

 

We really appreciate your time in completing the survey – thank you!

 

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About Rich Gibbons

Rich has been in the world of IT and software licensing since 2003, having been a software sales manager for a VAR, a Microsoft licensing endorsed trainer, and now an ITAM analyst looking at software licensing and cloud.

A Northerner renowned for his shirts, Rich is a big Hip-Hop head, and loves travel, football in general (specifically MUFC), baseball, Marvel, and reading as many books as possible. Finding ways to combine all of these with ITAM & software licensing is always fun!

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