Webinar: Asset Identification – Market Needs and Direction

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Panelists Address Issues, Benefits of Standardized Asset Tagging

Industry insiders will discuss issues with software identification, and present the business case for proper Asset Identification through real-world examples.

General Services Administration, Alan Bander-Mallie, ITAM Program Manager
Cicala & Associates, Pat Cicala, President & CEO
TagVault.org, Steve Klos, Executive Director

February 28, 2011
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EST (10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PT)
To register and attend, go to https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/626156314.

Industry Experts from the GSA, Cicala & Associates and TagVault.org (a program of IEEE-ISTO) will discuss various issues organizations face when identifying software and why a standardized process for identification is critical to both achieving business value and mitigating risk. Topics to be addressed include:

  •     How government agencies are struggling with software asset identification and how decentralized agencies can implement a standardized process
  •     The cost, management and security benefits to asset identification
  •     Case-study examples of effective asset ID implementations
  •     An overview of the ISO/IEC 19770-2:2009 specification on software identification tags and how the specification will benefit the software market as a whole

This free online event is part of the 12 months of IT Asset Management webinar series, hosted by the International Association of IT Asset Managers (IAITAM), the leading organization in IT asset management. IAITAM is dedicated to providing educational programs, sharing best practices and advancing the ITAM profession. The membership organization actively creates awareness of ITAM and its benefits around the world. To learn about IAITAM (International Association of IT Asset Managers), visit http://bit.ly/d2vQrp or http://www.iaitam.org.

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