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What is ITAM for the Network?

In the world of IT Asset Management, vendors and practices come in a variety of scopes and disciplines. However, an organization’s unique ITAM needs must align to the products and structure of its IT department.

By |December 23, 2020|Categories: Asset Lifecycle Management, ITAM, ITAM for the Network, Transformation and Strategy|Tags: |0 Comments

The 6 Biggest Mistakes When Choosing a Software Buying Model

It used to be that buying models in the networking space were simple. You bought a piece of hardware, and that hardware came with a license to run the software for the life of the product. As we discussed in the Introduction [...]

By |October 21, 2019|Categories: IT Cost and Risk Management|Tags: , , |1 Comment

The Taxonomy of Software Licenses

What is a Software License? How is it different from an Entitlement? What different types of Software Licenses are there? Welcome to the second installment of our Software License Management series where we will be exploring the basic taxonomy of Software Licensing [...]

Introduction to Software License Management

This post begins a new blog series covering the changing world of Software License Management (SLM) in the Telecommunications and Networking space. A lot of content surrounding SLM exists, but the vast majority is from the software vendor’s point of view. [...]

Who Owns Your ITAM?

IT asset management can do wonders for your company. It can improve security, expedite digital transformation, and accurately forecast IT budgets. As IT asset management adapts to the convergence of hardware and software, vendors are increasingly offering ITAM practices with partners who [...]

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