Yesterday we provided you with some free tools to help you get started on your Windows 10 planning and execution. Today we are answering some of the questions from last week’s webinar. If there’s something we missed, please let us know and we will happily guide you through it. As always, you can always head
Last week during our webinar, Windows 10: A Roadmap for Rapid Success, I mentioned several tools and files that were key to understanding the fundamentals of Windows 10. Do you feel confident about your current plan? Hopefully, now you have an understanding of your environment and how that will affect the remainder of your planning.
With cyber security breaches hitting the headlines on a frequent basis these days, it’s hardly surprising that security and privacy ranked 2nd in the top 10 IT management issues for 2016 in the most recent Society for Information Management (SIM) annual survey. While there’s no doubt that cyber hackers are getting more innovative in their
Having returned from the IAITAM ACE conference in New Orleans, I was struck by the number of times I heard, “I am not sure what to focus on when starting a Software Asset Management program.” The question seems simple and this recent blog from John DeVito outlines some key considerations to take into account when
Dear Sam, During 1E’s Software Asset Management Webinar, Leveraging the Power of SAM – from Tactical to Strategic, a question was raised regarding 1E’s free Software Lifecycle Intelligence Tool: “Do you need metering or usage configured for the 1E Intelligence tool to work correctly?”I remain confused as to how the tool can return results if
How much is unused software costing you? The 1E analysis, which covered 3.6 million users across 129 global corporations, shows that the level of software waste is extreme. On average, companies are wasting 37% of their software spend—a proportion that would be deemed unacceptable in any other part of the business. The cost of this
A few days ago a small utility I created, called UpdateBootImageGUI, was published to the 1E free tools site. This utility is used internally at 1E by Consultants and Solution Engineers to help with creating the long and complex command line that is used when implementing 1E PXE Everywhere. The command line tool UpdateBootImage.exe is