Many CMDB projects are over budget and do not achieve their business objectives. Gartner says that 75% of these projects are failures. In this brief webinar, Belarc will discuss why these projects fail and possible solutions for the future.
Graphics, writing material, videos…if your organization didn’t create it, it needs to be used and licensed appropriately. The same is true for fonts and font related lawsuits happen all the time. Learn more about how your organization can avoid a font copyright lawsuit.
"The growth in unmanaged devices owned by employees or contractors is driving adoption of stand-alone mobile application management (MAM) software and services, according to a new report."
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.
"Optimizing existing cloud use is a priority for the majority of Rightscale's respondents, particularly because users waste 35% of spend."
"Brainstorming is the key to firing up your creative thinking so you can get your essay off to a fast start. Learn 3 tips to brainstorm effectively."
Directions on Microsoft (DOM) is offering a free webinar on Windows 10 Enterprise licensing. This Webinar summarizes how Microsoft has engineered licensing rules, feature packaging, support lifecycles, servicing models, hardware support, and other factors to compel large organizations to move to a Windows 10 Enterprise subscription, and offers advice on how best to license it.
Fonts are licensed just like any other type of software. Learn how to manage their purchase and use accordingly.
Getting the right type and number of software licenses is vital to you and your organization. Do you know the same is true for fonts? Fonts need to be licensed just like software and the right number is important too.
Why focus on potential zero day attacks, when the vast majority of successful attacks use known vulnerabilities? This short presentation includes a brief analysis of a successful attack on the US Government and then describes a number of common cyber security myths and their real world solutions. It ends by recommending a standard set of security controls that have been developed over many years by the US Department of Defense.
"Advances in cloud technology are shifting the focus toward choosing the right tool for the job and crafting solutions that truly modernize systems."