Our Market Guides provide an overview of solutions to specific ITAM challenges. They aim to cover a wide range of vendors and participation in them is free. Our guides to asset management software and tools sector help to give you the information and data you need to make an informed decision when selecting ITAM software and services.
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Our recent Market Guides are listed below
This guide to HR Information Systems (HRIS) is the second in a series of Market Guides looking at technologies and services that sit adjacent to ITAM in large enterprises. The purpose of this series is to provide an introduction for
As ITAM teams grow in seniority it becomes increasingly important to focus on the quality and frequency of management reporting. This Market Guide explores tools to help you meet these goals. The need for Management Reporting Driving greater value from
This Market Guide is focused on one of the technologies contributing to convergence between dedicated ITAM teams and other areas of IT Governance. Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASB) act as an intermediary between users and cloud service providers. Their purpose
This guide looks at tools enabling ITAM-related management of mobile devices. It is primarily focused on tools that enable key parts of the ITAM lifecycle to be performed – in particular Discovery, Inventory, Management, and Retirement. Mobile Device Management for
ITAM processes are concerned with discovering, inventorying, and managing IT assets. For large organisations these assets will number in the thousands or tens of thousands. As we move towards managing new asset types such as Internet of Things (IoT) devices
SAP software continues to dominate the eCommerce and ERP market segments worldwide. It remains the platform of choice for many large, global, organisations. As such, it is deeply-ingrained and essential to the business operations of those organisations. From a software
Salesforce, once the disruptor of the perpetual licensing model, is 20 years old this year. The mother lode of the entire SaaS model and industry is now an institutional behemoth generating over $10bn in revenue worldwide. Their product is ubiquitous