In April 2018, SAP announced organizational changes that had a major impact in how audits were going to be approached from that moment on: the separation of license audits and license sales.
If you haven’t experienced ‘SaaS sticker shock’ yet, don’t worry – it’s coming. The fact is, cloud solutions are more expensive for your company in the long term. So, whether your company is considering a transition to cloud services, or is already immersed in the digital landscape, learning how to accurately manage and report on your cloud environment is a key strategy to stop ballooning cloud costs.
You’ve heard the stories in the news all too often – companies hit by data breaches, putting their customers and their reputations at risk. To help your organization mitigate this threat, it’s critical to ensure your sensitive data is secure throughout the chain of custody, including when it leaves your facility, while in transit, and while at your clients’ facilities.
Oracle announced that Java SE public updates are no longer available for business, commercial or production use without a commercial license. So, what does this mean for you and how does this licensing change impact you?
Organizations are often under the impression that Java software can be deployed “for free”. Unfortunately, this misconception results in costly compliance issues and unexpected costs for organizations that do not fully understand the restrictions of the Java SE Platform software license.
Jet Propulsion Lab presents its detailed process for ranking and weighting requirements for managing their software licenses. Initially JPL launched a project to see if they could find a tool that manages engineering software licenses that was easier to manage and provided better reporting and data?
You’ve carried out your research. You’ve calculated costs and risks. You’ve built your business case and reviewed it with your executive team.
This webinar will use real-life vendor examples to demonstrate invaluable insider tips
This webinar will share asset management best practices from some of the most innovative companies in the world.
Oracle Database is arguably the most popular database engine for mid-size and large enterprises worldwide. The specifics of how to track and measure the usage of Oracle Database is not straightforward.