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Eradicate SAP Indirect Access Anxiety: 4 Practical Steps

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Meeting Description:

Topic

Eradicate SAP Indirect Access Anxiety: 4 Practical Steps
 
Synopsis

This webinar will give you essential practical strategies to ensure you manage and optimize SAP user licenses and avoid crippling Indirect Access fines. With independent perspectives on how internal stakeholders can manage the risk of Indirect Access without months of consultancy, can you afford to miss it?

Crucially, we will reveal how you can be prepared for any future licensing changes from SAP.

Agenda

  • Limiting Financial Exposure – How to identify users, usage, shortfalls and opportunities for optimization
  • A Methodology for how to mitigate the risk of SAP Indirect Access with new projects, systems and deployments
  • SAP SAPPHIRE NOW announcements, what they mean for you. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Details
Date: Thu, Jul 27, 2017
Time: 03:00 PM BST
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Victoria Kealy
 Presenter Information
Martin Thompson
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Martin is owner and founder of The ITAM Review, an online resource and community for worldwide ITAM professionals.

Martin is an independent ITAM consultant for organizations seeking independent guidance on ITAM strategy or ITAM tool selection. Martin also reviews tools, technology and services in the ITAM market.

On a voluntary basis Martin is the Chief Agitator at the Campaign for Clear Licensing, a contributor to ISO WG21 which develops the SAM International Standard ISO/IEC 19770 and board member of Free ICT Europe which supports the ICT secondary market.


Dan Kirtley
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Dan Kirtley is an IT industry expert with over ten years’ experience in the field. He has extensive knowledge of Software Asset Management and Security. In his current role at Snow Software, he focuses on SAP and datacenter licensing solutions. Dan has a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Bath