In the latest Software Asset Management (SAM) research paper, ‘Gartner clients that mature their SAM processes and use tools to focus on license optimization typically report up to 30% spending reductions within one year’*

And as the pressure is on to deliver effective SAM processes in the organization, so too is the need to manage software license budgets whilst remaining compliant and without overspend.

In the new “Cut Software Spend Safely with SAM” research paper, Gartner analysts Hank Marquis, Gary Spivak and Victoria Barber discuss the advice and checklists for cutting software spend on key vendors including Microsoft, IBM, SAP and Oracle.

Snow is pleased to offer you complimentary access to this Gartner paper for a strictly limited time only.

*Gartner, Cut Software Spending Safely With SAM, Hank Marquis | Gary Spivak | Victoria Barber, 16 March 2016

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Today's workers use smartphones, tables and laptops from wherever they are - at home, on the move or in the office. Users are more flexible in the jobs they undertake - often crossing job roles and thus requiring software that pevious generations would never have touched. But how is it possible to balance these growing user demands and at the same tiem ensure the company is not exposed to license liability?

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Today's workers use smartphones, tables and laptops from wherever they are - at home, on the move or in the office. Users are more flexible in the jobs they undertake - often crossing job roles and thus requiring software that pevious generations would never have touched. But how is it possible to balance these growing user demands and at the same tiem ensure the company is not exposed to license liability?

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Today's workers use smartphones, tables and laptops from wherever they are - at home, on the move or in the office. Users are more flexible in the jobs they undertake - often crossing job roles and thus requiring software that pevious generations would never have touched. But how is it possible to balance these growing user demands and at the same tiem ensure the company is not exposed to license liability?

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Today's workers use smartphones, tables and laptops from wherever they are - at home, on the move or in the office. Users are more flexible in the jobs they undertake - often crossing job roles and thus requiring software that pevious generations would never have touched. But how is it possible to balance these growing user demands and at the same tiem ensure the company is not exposed to license liability?

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Today's workers use smartphones, tables and laptops from wherever they are - at home, on the move or in the office. Users are more flexible in the jobs they undertake - often crossing job roles and thus requiring software that pevious generations would never have touched. But how is it possible to balance these growing user demands and at the same tiem ensure the company is not exposed to license liability?

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Today's workers use smartphones, tables and laptops from wherever they are - at home, on the move or in the office. Users are more flexible in the jobs they undertake - often crossing job roles and thus requiring software that pevious generations would never have touched. But how is it possible to balance these growing user demands and at the same tiem ensure the company is not exposed to license liability?

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