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Category: Software Asset Management

Articles

  • Microsoft 2019 servers – on-premises lives on!

    Microsoft have released the first public previews of their next generation of on-premises Office server products – that is: Exchange Server 2019 SharePoint Server 2019 Skype for Business Server 2019 Exchange Server 2019 The next release of Exchange Server will run on Windows Server...

  • Microsoft free server 2008 support – at a cost?

    SQL Server 2008/R2 and Windows Server 2008/R2 will go out of support in July 2019 and January 2020 respectively. Many organisations across the globe are still running these server editions within their infrastructure and have, at a maximum, 18 months left until they are left without...

  • Ticketmaster data breach – “it wasn’t me”

    The recent Ticketmaster breach is perhaps the first large-scale breach in our brave new GDPR-regulated world, and it warrants further analysis. As the dust has settled each party has spun the story in a different way, and there has been far more public disclosure of exactly what happened...

  • Get Me In – to your personal information

    Ticketmaster UK recently announced that customer credit card and personal data had been compromised. This was due to a security breach at their third-party customer service technology provider, Inbenta. In accordance with GDPR requirements Ticketmaster have notified the Information...

  • Nike hit back at Quest

    We saw a few weeks ago that Quest Software have taken Nike to court over their refusal to settle up for license non-compliance discovered during an audit (article here). Nike have submitted a counter claim and it is full of very interesting details, many of which can apply to the...

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