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Microsoft leading the way!?

Microsoft get a lot of stick about their complex software licensing and the recent changes from processor to core. Other vendors are doing the same but it is not as high profile in the press. I was recently approached and invited to go on a series of Microsoft license training days paid for by Microsoft

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SoftwareONE customer showcase

Arrived at the Mayfair hotel on a very busy day here in London as a guest speaker at an Exclusive customer showcase. ITAM and IT transformation projects on the agenda in what will be an interesting day. I am looking forward to helping organisations understand UBO – Understand, Belief and Ownership.

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License files

So your vendors supplies you with a license file that means you can only use your legal entitlement hence you are always compliant, right? Have you ever reviewed the license file against you entitlement records? Experience has shown errors can exist in the license file which can mean you are not benefiting from your full

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An IT Asset Managers View

Just been putting the finishing touches to my presentation for Wednesday at the Mayfair hotel in London. really looking forward to sharing a few insights and challenges of being an IT Asset Manager at the Coal Face.

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The Three Ps

With the help of ITIL, COBIT, ISO 19770 and such a strong focus towards People, Policies and Processes, why is it that so many organisations both large and small still struggle to manage license compliance and leverage the true benefits of SAM? The solution to this I believe runs far deeper than standards and a

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