Join us on Wednesday 30th November 2022 at Leonardo Royal Hotel, London for Wisdom Unplugged 2022, the ITAM Review’s brand new FREE to attend in-person one day conference. Come along and enjoy a wide range of presentations, workshops, and interactive sessions – all delivered by carefully chosen experienced industry professionals. The ITAM Review present Wisdom Unplugged in partnership with our sole sponsors Snow Software.
At this event, we want to explore the future of IT and the changing role of IT Asset Management as we move towards 2025, 2030, and beyond. The change we’re all currently experiencing presents a fantastic opportunity for ITAM to become a strategic business area which really drives change, growth, and strategy – but how best to make sure we all achieve that? That’s the aim of Wisdom Unplugged 2022.
Topics discussed on the day will include:
And more. .. All aimed at better defining how ITAM can increase its own visibility and value by building on the current foundation while embracing new technologies and initiatives.
The ultimate aim of the event is to give you an environment where you can think about, discover, and plan the next steps necessary to elevate your ITAM offering and career. The format of the day will be geared around enabling attendees to collaborate, enquire, and share with lots of opportunities to discuss with peers, ask questions of the speakers, and collaborate as a group. When you return to work, we want you to have new ideas and actions that you can implement to make even better than before!
The sessions will feature a range of speakers including:
Register for Wisdom Unplugged 2022 if you want to:
Please note, this conference is an in-person event only and there will be no option to join the sessions virtually.
|09:00 - 09:15||Welcome to Wisdom Unplugged
|09:15 - 09:45||Where is ITAM heading in 2023?
Join Rich Gibbons (ITAM Review Services Director) and Jelle Wijndelts (Director of Consulting, Snow Software) as they discuss how emerging technologies and changing business priorities present a world of opportunity for ITAM. They talk about the key changes and challenges impacting ITAM and where they see the industry heading as we move towards 2023 and beyond.
|09:45 - 10:15||What is your 12 month ITAM Roadmap?
The shift to SaaS and Cloud technologies has been a top discussion in ITAM circles for years. In 2022, ITAM teams without a plan to manage SaaS or Cloud within their program will get left behind and miss delivering significant value to their organization. A new approach is needed in ITAM to get more teams to manage SaaS and Cloud technologies. So, what's the next step to preparing your organization? Learn how to involve Stakeholders across your business to succeed Assess where to start in managing SaaS and Cloud technologies based on where you are today
|10:15 - 10:30||Meet your Team - Introduction to Interactive Session
An opportunity to get to know your fellow attendees – with a bit of a twist…
|10:30 - 11:00||Refreshment Break
|11:00 - 12:00||Creating the best ITAM Best Practices
This session gives you the opportunity to discuss, debate, and define the key approaches to several of the top challenges currently facing ITAM. Working with your fellow ITAM professionals, this session is the chance to share your thoughts and opinions on hot issues.
|12:00 - 13:00||Lunch Break
|13:00 - 14:00||Strengthening your ITAM position
Combining the results of the previous session with experiences from attendees and adding insights the ITAM Review & Snow Software, this session will help you identify areas where you can build and grow – and give you the information and processes to get started.
|14:00 - 14:30||Creating business value with ITAM data
Julia Veall, Senior Asset Manager at Vodafone, shares how ITAM can become an integral part of the business using data and a fresh approach to internal positioning.
|14:30 - 15:00||What do you need from a tool now – and in the future?
This is your opportunity to discuss and share what you need from a tool to help you succeed in ITAM now and as your environment changes. Do you need more or fewer features? One big platform or lots of smaller modules? Plug and play or bespoke customization? In-built Business Intelligence capabilities or clean data export?
|15:00 - 15:30||Refreshment Break
|15:30 - 16:00||Q&A - Panel Session
Rich Gibbons, The ITAM Review Julia Veall, Vodafone Jelle Wijndelts, Snow Software
|16:00 - 16:15||Round Up
|16:15 - 16:30||Conference Closing & Thank You
|16:30 - 17:30||Networking Reception
Leonardo Royal London Tower Bridge 45 Prescot Street, London, England - E1 8GP United Kingdom
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