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Published By: HP     Published Date: Oct 09, 2008
In an effort to stay ahead of the competition, companies have poured capital resources into information technology. In many cases, this has been done on a group-by-group basis, with each line of business creating its own infrastructure silo. Each silo had its own systems, servers, storage, licenses, and support teams—and each shouldered the total cost of owning and operating a standalone infrastructure.Learn more by downloading this paper.
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mission critical, it virtualization
    
HP
Published By: CA ITAM     Published Date: Sep 09, 2008
Learn more on how improving the efficiency of software inventory and license management processes can provide you with a host of benefits, including improved IT governance through stronger software compliance standards and processes, automated correlation of relevant software products within an organization’s infrastructure to their respective licenses, and reduced costs in the areas of license procurement, use rights and software purchases.
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CA ITAM
Published By: CopiaTECH     Published Date: Mar 18, 2008
No longer worried about viruses, Trojan horses, worms, identity theft, and phishing scams? Do you feel as if you have gone the distance to protect your company and your network from impending doom? Sleep at night? Well, there is one tiny itty bitty little detail that can be a can of worms that makes a good old virus look quite friendly, the software license agreement.
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license, end user, eula, copiatech, spyware
    
CopiaTECH
Published By: NetSupport     Published Date: Nov 14, 2007
A majority of organizations do not have efficient ways of keeping track of their IT assets. That opens them up to dangers like system downtime from improperly implemented upgrades, potential licensing violations, poor customer service, overpaying on license fees and improper usage of software and the Internet by employees.
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itam, asset management, spend management, cost savings, cost control, risk management, it management, software compliance
    
NetSupport
Published By: Motorola     Published Date: Oct 30, 2007
For many wireless broadband network operators, the term "unlicensed reliability" is seen as an oxymoron. For many, the idea of building a high-speed network in the unlicensed band isn't a good one. A great deal has been said about crowded frequencies, self-interference and costly network rips. About how microwaving popcorn can cause interference. About disgruntled and perplexed customers. And ex-customers.
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wireless, broadband, broadband spectrum, wireless infrastructure, wlan, wisp, cwisp, wimax
    
Motorola
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