Oracle Licensing can be tough, so let's lighten the mood!

22 October 2014
3 minute read
ITAM News & Analysis

Oracle Licensing can be tough, so let's lighten the mood!

22 October 2014
3 minute read

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Oracle licensing can be a heavy subject!

We are all aware that Oracle licensing proves to be one of the most complex and hard to understand licensing structures out there. It is one of the most talked about issues with SAM and licensing professionals, with everyone having their own story on struggles with Oracle.

Whilst Oracle licensing is a challenging subject, we have decided that we need to lighten the mood a little, especially with our up-and-coming Oracle Seminar!

ITAM Review to the rescue!

Recently, Glenn Thompson, Karen Smith, Mark Flynn and myself got together to come up with a promotional video for the Oracle Event. We wanted to create a funny, light-hearted yet informative video that captured the struggles that organisations and users have with Oracle licensing. The fruits of our labour can be seen in the video below:

Oracle Seminar

If you liked our video, and want to book your place for the Oracle Seminar then be sure to do so now! Spaces are filling up very quickly, so secure your place here!

When: Friday 21st November 2014
Where: BCS Offices, central London

We believe Oracle cannot have sustainable customer relationships based on “mystery and fear”, so join us at this FREE* seminar in London on 21st November from 9am to 4.30pm to find out how you can begin to put this right.

Attend this event for invaluable presentations from our expert industry speakers and take part in interactive workshops to define the agenda for change with Oracle.

Have your say!

If you have any concerns or issues around Oracle licensing, then make sure you come to our event! If you can’t make the event, then please feel free to get in touch with us to see if we can help or point you in the right direction. We want to be your voice!

*FREE to attend

This event is free to attend however cancellation charges apply. Cancellation of your event booking after 14th November 2014 will be subject to a £100 cancellation fee to cover the cost of your place.

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