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Articles

  • ITAM and Analytics: A perfect pair?

    This article was written by Rich Gibbons of ITAM Review and Peter Rowe of Crayon Australia. Data is the new oil An oft-quoted phrase, which has caused considerable disagreement as to whether it’s even correct. Nonetheless, it does have a particular resonance for the ITAM world...

  • Software Licensing in Academic Environments

    Software licensing for academic environments is different to corporate organisations as vendors want young people to use their software from an early age. They believe that this will lead to future usage or sales in the future as the user has been using the software since they were...

  • Forever 21 Pirated Copies of Adobe Software

    Forever 21 store in Singapore On January 29th, The Verge reported that Adobe is suing the fashion chain Forever 21 for a number of copyright infringements and un-licensed software. The Verge states that: “Forever 21 pirated 63 different instances of Adobe software including copies...

  • Public Sector Unencrypted Laptop Syndrome

    The ITAM Review has learned of yet more disquiet in the public sector data arena recently with two London councils being severely rapped for breaches of the Data Protection Act, after the loss of two unencrypted laptops containing sensitive personal information. While information...

  • Keeping Your Asset Data Alive

    Is your Asset Database 'Match Fit'? The ISO SAM Standard refers to the concept of ‘Trustworthy Data’. As the name suggests – it is data that the organization trusts. Whilst no enterprise level asset database is 100% accurate, we need to have a sufficient level of confidence...

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