Due to complex and ever changing software licensing models, organizations suffer shortages of some licences (risk) and surpluses of others (extra cost).
As a vendor-independent licensing/SAM consultant, we help you reduce risk and optimize your software costs at the same time.
To do so, we offer webinars addressing the key licensing issues of various topics: general, vendor-specific and unique cases – in about 20-25 minutes. Participation is free – pre-registration is required.
- March 22: Microsoft SharePoint and Project Server licensing – What Has Changed? (Octavian Filip)
What does the release of SharePoint Server and Project Server Subscription Edition mean? How can we license our on-premise environment now? Has the option to purchase perpetual licenses been lost?
- March 25: SAP License Portfolio Transition to S/4HANA (Attila Posta)
Overview on the steps you need to consider before converting your current SAP license portfolio and contracts to S/4HANA environment – in order to save short and long term cost, efforts and achieve your optimal SAP value.
- April 1: Déja vu: Java SE 17 – Java SE 8 (Balazs Repkenyi)
Oracle cancelled free licensing options for its proprietary Java SE distribution starting with version 11 in 2018. In light of the massive migration away from Java, Oracle has brought back a free licensing option with Java SE 17. What’s changed? How much is the same and what’s different from the days of Java SE 8? What does this change mean for enterprise compliance management?
- April 8: IBM Cloud Paks – Real Alternatives for Your On-prem Licenses? (Daniel Roganyi)
A field of necessity or opportunity? IBM Cloud Pak solutions enable software to be used in both on-premise and containerized environments. The license terms in the package still apply – except when they don’t. What to look out for when buying licenses in a Cloud Pak package?
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