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In our last blog, we talked about how the COVID-19 pandemic affected IT environments, particularly the effect it's had on software licensing. Understanding the intricacies of your licenses is vital right now, and having an overarching knowledge of what they are can...
The repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic have carved their way into every nook and cranny of business, and software licensing has not been immune to the rapid changes in business operations. As many companies began transferring their employees to remote work, they...
In today’s competitive market, it is vital to make the most of every resource, including your IBM licensing. It’s easy to overlook licensing as a way to reduce expenses because it becomes part of the everyday fabric of your operations; yet, it is exactly because of that we recommend reviewing your IBM products licensing portfolio at least annually to optimize your investment.
An audit of a company’s software licenses is not an easy nor a cheap process, so understanding how companies become noncompliant is an essential step in recognizing where your organization stands. In our experience, five common factors play a role in license noncompliance.
To help clear up some confusion around a few popular IBM licensing metrics, we wanted to give an account of Processor Value Unit (PVU) Licensing, Resource Value Unit (RVU) Licensing, and User-based Licensing.
The repercussions of license non-compliance are not just about the immediate costs to your business, but the various consequences that result from a failed audit. There are more costly outcomes of an audit than most people suspect, and it’s essential to know each one.
Software license management is an essential part of any large or growing business, especially if your organization uses a variety of software and plans to accrue more in the future. Managing your software licenses doesn’t have to be a strenuous process or hindrance on your team; with the right strategy and processes, it can be a walk in the park.
Software licensing is a dense subject, and it can be hard to fully envelop yourself in the intricacies of the various license agreements your organization has. For those who need an introduction, here’s a little introduction and beginner’s guide to software licensing. Whether you have questions about general software license information or an issue requiring detailed problem solving, the experts at Software Licensing Pros have the answers.