If your organization is using Windows 7 or Office 365 services, you will have to migrate to new desktop software sooner than you think, whether you are prepared or not. The next Directions on Microsoft (DOM) Licensing Boot Camp is in Seattle, WA, July 10-12, 2018.
Snow is hosting a webinar series that covers the six essentials for effective SAM, known as DINROS. Each webinar in this series will cover one of the six steps of DINROS: Discover, Inventory, Normalize, Reconcile, Optimize and Share.
CleanSlate will tackle an in-depth look at ILMT. We’ll examine how this tool impacts your IBM environment and explore how to leverage the tool to cut your exposure to audits.
Congratulations to IAITAM Keynote and hit songwriter, Jimmy Yeary, on his latest #1 hit by David Lee Murphy & Kenny Chesney, “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright”.
Did you miss Jimmy at ACE 2018? No worries, everything’s gonna be alright…. he’s coming back to ACE 2019 by popular demand! Join Jimmy and your peers at IAITAM ACE 2019 May 22-24 in San Diego, CA.
Join Siwel’s Larry Person as he guides us through how to approach a SAM engagement with a software vendor. Learn more about questions you should ask the publisher prior to making any commitment to participate in a SAM engagement and how to best manage the engagement and its possible outcomes if you decide to proceed.
CleanSlate will provide an in-depth overview of the features and benefits of moving to ILMT v9 as well as the migration path for organizations currently running v7.5.
Directions on Microsoft’s (DOM) Licensing Boot Camp provides you with the latest updates to licensing Microsoft enterprise products. Sign up for DOM’s Microsoft Licensing Boot Camp and learn from independent experts how to keep your company in compliance without overbuying.
Despite common perception, compliance is only a small part of SAM; however, it is also the most talked about. Vendor audits and compliance reviews do happen, and it is not a question of if, but when. If the compliance risk is not known, then it’s a risk.
The cloud has fundamentally changed the way organizations buy, deploy, and use technology. In some organizations, IT’s traditional role as arbiter of technology spend decisions has been diminished by the rise of Business Unit IT. Join IAITAM and Snow Software discuss cloud’s perceived threats to conventional IT and IT’s new role in managing the cloud.
SaaS and IaaS usage is becoming most IT teams’ new normal, enabling digital transformation projects across the business. With this comes a profound shift in both purchasing and control of this technology – with business units owning the purchase and consumption, often without a complete understanding of the long-term cost, compliance and security implications.