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  • Podcast Episode 28: Quick Guide to ISO/IEC 19770-1

    In this podcast, I am joined by Rory Canavan of SAM Charter to share his views and experiences on ISO/IEC 19770-1 Standard. Throughout the podcast, Rory refers to SAM Charter’s approach to SAM: CLICK TO ENLARGE Discussion Topics: The role of ISO/IEC 19770-1 in SAM implementations Risk...

  • The role of verification in ITAM

    In advance of the last module in our 12 Box Assessment Model Training Course – Verification: How to maintain audit ready status, I met with Rory Canavan, owner & founder of SAM Charter to discuss the role of verification in ITAM. Rory covers the following points in the video...

  • Enterprise Opinions Cup 2015

    On the 29th September, Enterprise Opinions held a Go-Karting charity event in aid of our chosen charity of the year – Sebastians Action Trust. The event was a Le Mans endurance race held at Formula Fast in Milton Keynes with an impressive 500m indoor track. Why Sebastian’s...

  • Enterprise Opinions Cup – Call for Drivers

    Do you consider yourself as a frustrated Lewis Hamilton, or are you more like Maureen from Driving School? Do you like the thrill of speed, the competitive nature of racing and the smell of burning rubber? Let’s face it, it’s more likely that we’ll be like Maureen...

  • Podcast: Vinci Construction and Life without SAM tools

    Mark Sales, Software Asset Manager at Vinci Construction. The ITAM Review Podcast Episode 3 Hosted by Martin Thompson Guests: Mark Sales, Software Asset Manager at Vinci Construction Rory Canavan, Independent Consultant, SAM Charter In this podcast I interviewed Mark Sales, Software...

  • Process of the Month – Corporate Governance Process

    A post started by Lori Levenson in the Software Asset Management group on LinkedIn, asked the question what are the top three processes needed for a successful SAM implementation?  Answers were varied, (and some longer than others – Thanks Steve O’Halloran!) but an observation...