One of the analysts who I have an alert set for has today issued a research note looking at the increasing acceptance of IT Asset Management in the corporate market. This is great news for ITAM vendors like us, but it does leave me very puzzled as to why it has taken so long. At … Continue reading IT Asset Management now mainstream says Gartner
Vector is delighted to have been invited to give a seminar presentation at this month’s conference of the IT Financial Manager’s Association, being held in Charleston, SC, July 13th – 17th. Kevin Kiley, our VP Sales and Business Development, will be talking about leveraging RFID’s real-time location tracking capability as part of a comprehensive IT … Continue reading Vector at ITFMA Conference: RFID in Asset Management
I found this thread this morning, started by Uttam Kumar at KPMG in India. The thread takes the lid off the situations Uttam regularly uncovers, with very variable attention given the demands of full software asset management. One contributor to the thread talks about the realities of achieving comprehensive software identification, and the importance of … Continue reading Very useful thread on realities and challenges of SAM
I just found this synopsis of a study by Computer Economics of the increasing maturity of IT Asset Management. The main report is only free to subscribers of the site, but the synopsis on its own contains useful comments on the scope and economic justifications for adopting IT Asset Management.