Snow for GDPR

Can Java still be free after January 2019?

Yes, according to Oracle, but how can it be when Java SE 8 public updates are no longer available?


“At Specsavers we have a large global IT estate of mixed applications across a variety of operating systems and platforms. The capabilities of Snow will allow us to gain insights into our estate that we’ve not previously had. In turn, this will enable us to optimize application usage and remain compliant with our various software vendors.”

Graham Dawes Service Strategy & Configuration Manager 

May 25 has come and gone but the GDPR is here to stay

Don’t assume your shiny new privacy statements will protect you from data breaches.

The Millennials aren’t just coming, they’re in charge

And it’s changing the way your organization needs to manage technology

Liverpool City Council

Liverpool City Council (LCC)’s current challenges around GDPR are the time and effort required in the identification of all applications that hold Personal Indentifiable Information (PII) across the estate. LCC have chosen Snow GDPR Risk Assessment through Bytes Software Services to alleviate these challenges by automating the discovery process which will save our organization approximately 780 hours of resource and contribute to LCC’s overall organizational objectives.

Craig Moss I Software Asset Management, Liverpool City Council


Are You a Guardian, a Decision Maker or a Consumer?

Whatever your primary role, our aim is to help you do it better

Achieving GDPR Compliance is Difficult. SaaS Just Made It Harder.

Unknown SaaS usage can be a GDPR landmine. Learn how to defuse it before it is too late.

Beware the Vendor Certification Game

Unearthing the reality of “vendor certification” SAM programs

7 Steps to Kickstart Your GDPR compliance

How to identify key risks and where to concentrate your efforts before the regulation is introduced on May 25, 2018