The ITAM Review

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Tag: cloud computing

Articles

  • Tips for compliance, software audits & more!

    Wayne Jackson Ahead of the Compliance Manager Summit 10-11 March in Santa Clara, we interviewed speaker and Director at Accordo Group, Wayne Jackson about his thoughts on non-compliant licenses, customer satisfaction, software audits and the future of the ITAM industry. Q. Companies...

  • Reclaiming unused cloud subscriptions

    Last month the BSA released a paper aimed at helping organizations ‘Navigate the cloud’. The core message was that in a cloud era, Software Asset Management is more important than ever. One of the key action points from the paper emphasized that SAM functions should: “… initiate...

  • Navigating the cloud: Why SAM is more important than ever

    BSA/Anglepoint “Is SAM still necessary if a company moves to the cloud? The answer is an unequivocal yes” In 2011 we conducted some research into ‘ITAM in the Cloud’ with Victoria Barber from Gartner. At the time, ITAM Review readers were telling us: a)   For the...

  • Save £105 per device by managing software

    This article has been contributed by Mark Flynn, UK Managing Director at Snow Software. Vanity purchases for enterprise users Will middle management come clean if they understand how expensive ill-considered purchases can be? Enthusiasm is one of the greatest human traits and we should...

  • Office 365 licensing restrictions push Reed towards Google Apps

    The technology landscape is shifting all the time with changes being brought about by virtualization, mobility and cloud. With this dynamism and force for change in mind, I was particularly interested to speak this week to Mark Ridley, head of technology at the UK job site Reed.co.uk...

  • Adobe Creative Cloud Licensing Changes

    Cloud or bust? At this week’s MAX conference – Adobe revealed more information about their plans to move their products, and their customers, to the cloud. They started their journey last year with their Creative Cloud for Individuals and took the next step in early 2013, with...