Joachim Paulini, Lead Architect, Snow Optimizer for SAP Software, asks how is SAP addressing the concerns of its user community following their legal crackdown on these high-profile customers?
After years of speculation and two years of stark warnings, it’s finally here. Enforcement of the EU’s General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) is in effect, but according to a report from the Ponemon Institute released last month, nearly half (48%) of organisations didn’t expect to hit the May 25th deadline, or didn’t know when they would.
IT Quik gives Peter Bjorkman, CTO at Snow, a barrage of questions related to software asset management and why it is strategic to businesses, the difference between virtual desktop access and virtual desktop infrastructure, and the significance of unified endpoint management for large enterprises, among many others.
Following the high-profile legal cases against brewers Diageo and Anheuser-Busch InBev, SAP has brought some clarity over indirect access to its core ERP system. Joachim Paulini, SAP chief developer at Snow Software, says SAP’s decision is a logical extension of its previously announced intentions to revamp indirect access.
The risks of unplanned spending on software and apps by the business blurs IT's visibility of what's happening in the enterprise. Cat Young interviews Andreas Stjernstrom, Gary Saw and Rafael Yak to discover how Snow's SAM platform can help the IT organization manage all software investments across the business.
I had a fascinating discussion a while back with one of the top people on the forefront of asset management, Victoria Barber. A SAM analyst at Gartner for nearly a decade and author of numerous reports on ITAM, SAM, and audits, Barber is now a director at Snow Software and will speak at the SAM Summit in London next month.