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Software Asset Management Top Challenges

By |2018-06-28T19:11:37+00:00June 28th, 2018|Categories: MetrixData360 Blog|

Let’s face it: The state of Software Asset Management (SAM) is poor in general. There is more and more pressure on IT to reduce costs while still maintaining compliance. On top of that, environments are becoming more complex with virtualization thanks to cloud and hybrid computing models. Without the right SAM solution, you’re

Software Licensing and Software Asset Management Trends – What to watch for in 2018

By |2018-05-09T17:53:55+00:00January 5th, 2018|Categories: MetrixData360 Blog|

Well, it’s hard to believe but, 2017 is behind us. Myself and the team here at MetrixData360 thought it would be helpful to peer into the software licensing crystal ball to give some insight to the trends we expect to see in the world of Software Licensing and Software Asset Management (SAM) as we move

Microsoft Audit: 10 Powerful Tips to help you take back control

By |2018-05-09T18:56:37+00:00March 30th, 2017|Categories: 2017, audit, concessions, deployment, EA, Enterprise Agreement, Licensing Specialist, MAP Toolkit, MetrixData360 Blog, microsoft, Microsoft Licensing, Microsoft negotiation, Negotiation Tactics, SAM, Software Asset Management|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

If you have ever been involved in any aspect of enterprise licensing for your company, you may have faced the uncomfortable reality of the Microsoft Audit. Not only can the Microsoft Audit process seem extremely invasive, it also requires a huge amount of your resources’ time and energy. The fact of the matter is, Microsoft

Free Azure Support – What’s the Catch?

By |2018-05-09T18:02:47+00:00March 27th, 2017|Categories: Azure, cloud, Enterprise Agreement, MetrixData360 Blog, Microsoft Cloud, SA, Software Assurance|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

If you have ever negotiated an Enterprise Agreement with Microsoft you will know that if you hear they are offering something for “Free”, it’s time to start budgeting for future costs. That’s why when Microsoft recently announced that some customers will be offered a year of FREE Azure support, the first question that came to