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  • Microsoft to withdraw a number of qualifications and exams

    Microsoft has announced that it is to withdraw a number of Microsoft qualifications and exams being by the end of July 2014. What qualifications are being withdrawn? The MCITP qualification is being phased out, with the majority of MCITP qualifications being withdrawn. The MCITP qualification...

  • The Dangers of Click-Through Licensing

    When you install a new piece of software either from the Internet or from a network drive within your organisation, you will have come across the click-through licensing concept. The click-through license is usually in the installer or set-up process when installing new software or...

  • Do you need a Microsoft Licensing boot camp?

    Microsoft Licensing changes have caused confusion amongst many Microsoft is one of, if not the biggest and most used software vendors currently on the market.  They provide a variety of desktop and server based products including the Office bundle, Visio, Project, Windows Server...

  • Introducing David Foxen

    David Foxen – don’t ask him to do anything too crazy! I am very pleased to welcome David Foxen to the team! David is joining us as ITAM Research Analyst and is our 5th employee! Who is David? David joins us from Arup where he was the Global Software Asset Manager. He has...

  • Software Audit Code of Conduct [DRAFT]

    Updated 25th April 2014 – The first version of the Code of Conduct is now live here: http://www.clearlicensing.org/audit-code-conduct/ This code of conduct from the Campaign for Clear Licensing is a first draft. Please leave your comments or contact me to discuss any suggested...

  • Introducing Software Asset Management to end users

    If you are a member of staff that has no relation to IT, you may not be aware of the importance of software asset management, or even what it is. It’s important to communicate the importance of SAM to end users in a way that they can appreciate and understand. It’s important...

  • 2013: A Year in ITAM Review

    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! As 2013 begins to draw to a close, I thought it would be nice to finish off the year with a final article that’s an overview of what has happened at the ITAM Review over the last 12 months.  That’s right, this will be our last post for 2013...

  • Tips for the next generation of SAM professionals

    “Do your homework” Based on my experiences, here are my top tips for the next generation of SAM professionals. Absorb information You can learn a lot from your colleagues, both good and bad: Learn from their mistakes and successes Understand how they are doing things...