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Human Centred IT and the end of the IT department as the Digital Dictator

The overarching message at this year's Gartner Digital Workplace Summit was that IT leaders need to stop focussing on technology and instead take a human-centred approach. This means taking the lead in delivering the tools that individuals need to do their jobs and helping them use these tools effectively.

Rogue & Resourceful: Study shows workers are circumventing IT to meet deadlines and maintain productivity

According the Snow’s latest research, millennials and management are emotionally attached to their unauthorized SaaS even though they understand the risks, putting pressure on IT to find a balance between employee empowerment and organizational efficiency

Industry Leaders Tackle Current and Future IT Challenges at IBSMA London

Managing the entire scope of technology assets has become increasingly complex, and experts agree that IT organization must evolve to meet this challenge

One Year In, Workers Set Relationship Status with GDPR to “It’s Complicated”

A new survey by Snow Software shows location, age and position all impact how employees perceive the landmark privacy regulation

Everything You Need to Know About the May 2019 Patches and Vulnerabilities

The past week has been especially difficult with several software vendors announcing a significant number of patches.

Is Peak Geek a Challenge to Corporate IT?

A new Snow survey finds that most workers are willing to watch Game of Thrones and Avengers: Endgame on work devices. What else are they willing to do?

SAP’s Digital Access Adoption Program: Licensing win or Trojan Horse?

SAP now offers financial incentives for customers to switch to the digital access model. Here’s what you need to know before you sign up for the new program.

What’s New at Snow: Industry-leading intelligence for cloud, datacenter, risk management & more

Looking forward to another year of innovation and industry leadership

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?

The Evolution of ITAM Maturity Part 2

Building a maturity model for the digital future

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