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Software Lifecycle Intelligence

Get access to 1E’s new Software Lifecycle Intelligence tool, free of charge. Intelligence will analyse data from your SCCM database to showcase how you can save money by eliminating Software Waste and increase security through analysis of 4 key security controls which, when fully implemented will eliminate up to 85% of cyber-attacks. This free tool will help you build business cases for positive change in your environment, increase security and reduce cost.

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Join the discussion, learn from your peers about how you can leverage automation to make IT more responsive to business needs, to improve security, to reduce costs associated with managing software and ultimately, to speed up your business.

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307 3rd Avenue, New York, NY 10010

Join us for an early evening of great conversation and drinks with your industry peers. Visit the 1E Booth to collect your pass.

1E Speakers

Nick Milne-Home Global COO, 1E

Peter Beruk

ITAM Subject Matter Expert, 1E

Peter Beruk has been in the IT Asset Management (ITAM) space for over 25 years. During that time, he has worked for software vendors including McAfee (now Intel), and vendor focused trade associations including BSA | The Software Alliance. Peter has advocated throughout his career that there must be a better approach to software management. During his time at BSA, Peter was instrumental in creating their ISO-aligned ITAM programs that were first to bring the concept of audit forbearance to the marketplace if organizations committed to standardized ITAM. While with BSA, he also joined the ISO working group responsible for the ITAM standard (ISO 19770), where he advocated ITAM process and certification to ITAM (19770-1:2012). At 1E, Peter is an ITAM Subject Matter Expert and is also now secretary of working group 21 (19770).

Buffi Neal

Nick Milne-Home Global COO, 1E

Buffi Neal

Director of IT Financial Analysis at 1E

Buffi Neal, Director of IT Financial Analysis at 1E, has over 23 years of experience in IT. She received an MS of Computer Science from Lehigh University and a BS of Physics & Mathematics. As past CEO of a successful Software Development Company, Buffi designed complex enterprise-wide systems for client companies including Prudential, Allmerica, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, and more. Over the past few years, as an IT Financial Analyst, Buffi has worked with hundreds of companies helping them identify their software waste, quantify the potential and focus on high-yield reclamation. Her work in the field of Software License Optimization Benchmarking has yielded the 2014/2015 SLO Report which has become a frequently cited study on global software waste.

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Software Lifecycle Automation

for the Digital Business

1E empowers the world’s largest and most distributed organizations to simplify and speed up the complete software lifecycle, from request to delivery, management, retirement, and procurement of software. Businesses today need to react quickly to new opportunities and for that they need fast, agile IT. Through its suite of easy to use, fast and secure tools 1E automates each stage of the software lifecycle, providing consumer grade self-service with enterprise grade governance.

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On Demand Webinar

Automating removal of unused software – Adobe and Microsoft

One of the most common ways businesses waste money-is buying software that will never be used.

  • How to reclaim software from your organizations devices and provide near immediate ROI
  • Why desktop management projects fail so often (and how to avoid these failures)
  • Specific approaches to Adobe and Microsoft software reclaim challenges

1E Blogs

The real cost of software waste (infographic)

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.