Streamlined IT Infrastruture

On numerous occasions with IT projects, the management decided to buy software which didn’t fit into the current technological environment. The consequences of this were costly. Examples include: The software required Linux, but the IT environment consisted of Microsoft servers. The business needed new servers as there was no opportunity to share with existing systems. […]

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Eliminating unnecessary software licensing costs

The discussion on software licences often centres around software usage without adequate licensing. Over licensed is seldom given the same emphasis, and organisations often find themselves: Buying new software licences while existing licences remain idle. Reallocate unused software licences and assess licence requirements before purchasing new licences. Examples include: staff members who have changed roles […]

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