Free Online Summit: Software Vendor Insights 2023

Join the ITAM Review on Thursday 2nd March 2022 at 2pm GMT to discuss how companies including Amazon AWS, Google Cloud, IBM, and SAP fared in 2022 and what to expect from them in 2023.
02 March 2023

About this event

Several key software vendors closed their financial years towards the end of 2022 including:

  • Amazon AWS
  • Google Cloud
  • IBM
  • SAP
  • VMware

Join the ITAM Review on Thursday 2nd March 2022 at 2pm GMT as we discuss how these organisations weathered the ups and downs of 2022 and what to expect from them in 2023 – including audits, product focus areas, licensing and more.

Knowing where these software publishers are coming from, and where they are going, will help you – and other internal stakeholders such as procurement and finance – best understand where potential risks may lie and successfully manage the relationship for another year.

As well as industry analysis and forecasts from the ITAM Review, this Online Summit will also feature relevant sessions from a range of our partners, detailing some of the key challenges you can face when using software and services from these publishers– and how to manage them too!

 

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Session Title: Managing Open Source: Why it should be in scope for your ITAM practice

Description: Open source has penetrated more than 90% of all global organizations across internal applications, and commercial or customer facing systems. While open source has its advantages, it also poses a security and operational risks to organizations due to the lack of visibility into what and where code is embedded, and the lack of warranty, relaxed integrations, and IP issues. In this session, we’ll learn more about why open source is the next frontier for ITAM professionals, and learn about the tools, data, processes, and governance needed to address this high priority risk.

 

 

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Agenda

14:00 - 14:15 Welcome & Introduction
Rich Gibbons
14:15 - 15:00 Vendor Analysis
Rich Gibbons & AJ Witt
15:00 - 15:30 Managing Open Source: Why it should be in scope for your ITAM practice
Rebecca Horton, USU
15:30 - 16:00 Sponsor Session
Sponsor
16:00 - 16:30 Interactive FAQ
The ITAM Review & Sponsors

Sponsor

Speakers

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    Rich Gibbons
    ITAM Services Director, ITAM Review
    Rich has almost 15 years’ experience in the world of IT and software licensing, having been both a software sales manager for a VAR and a Microsoft licensing endorsed trainer. A Northerner renowned for his shirts, Rich is a fan of most films, Hip-Hop, travel, football in general (and specifically MUFC), Marvel and reading as many books as possible. Finding ways to combine these with software licensing is always fun.
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    AJ Witt
    ITAM Industry Analyst, The ITAM Review
    AJ Witt is ITAM Industry Analyst at The ITAM Review. Previous to joining the ITAM Review team in April 2018, he was Software Asset Manager for Carnival UK, operators of the P&O & Cunard cruise lines. Coming from a background in IT Infrastructure technical operations IT Security & Compliance, AJ is well-placed to share his experience of how dynamic SAM teams can build mutually-beneficial stakeholder engagement.
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    Rebecca Horton
    VP Customer and Professional Services USU North America
    With 15 years of experience behind her, Rebecca Horton has crafted a career built on discovering and creating value out of IT asset management best practices for customers, large and small, across North America and Europe. Having spent two years with Red Hat, her unique experience in the area of open source software asset management has allowed her a unique perspective on an area of IT which has moved to the forefront of the industry in recent years. Her perspective on the digital transformation journey, and how ITAM and SAM play a key role, has made Rebecca a popular figure among the geekiest of ITAM practitioners, and her blogs, and events are well attended around the world.

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