IT asset management to become critical in a recession - ITAM Forum

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IT asset management to become critical in a recession - ITAM Forum

Newly formed trade body claims ITAM will help firms cope with a COVID-19-induced recession

IT asset management (ITAM) is increasingly becoming a boardroom priority, according to a new trade body promoting the global ITAM industry. Founded by industry stalwart Martin Thompson, the ITAM Forum launches today with a board of 15 trustees from across the ITAM industry. Thompson's previous not-for-profit, the Campaign for Clear Licensing, pushed for clearer licensing from software vendors, sometimes butting heads with the likes of Oracle and SAP. Thompson claimed that ITAM is enj...

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