Back by popular demand, 'Play in the Snow' is an informal event where you can see under the hood of Snow's market-leading solutions. Solution specialists are on-hand to show you all the latest developments, plus you will be able to network with other SAM professionals, book a 1:1 with an expert, or attend a deep-dive clinic.

New to Software Asset Management?
Hear all the latest industry talking points & learn how to take those first steps into the world of SAM.

SAM veteran?
Book a space in one of our deep-dive clinics, or find out more about Snow's complementary solutions which can help you deliver increased value and effectiveness of your Software Asset Management (SAM) program and/or your cloud strategy.

Places are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment!

Play in the Snow

Date: Thursday 19th October, 2017
Time: 9.30 am - 1 pm
Location: Snow Software, The Capitol Building, Oldbury, Bracknell, RG12 8FZ

 What others are saying about this event!

‘it’s great to get specific answers from people that have time for you and have the skills’

‘good to learn about other areas of the solution we currently aren’t exploiting, like the Snow Automation Platform’.

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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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