IBM, Microsoft & Oracle Audits: Surviving a Software Audit

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Experts from Forrester, TechTarget and Directions on Microsoft Speak Out About Triggers, Trends & Threats, Webinar hosted by Miro Consulting

Experts from Forrester, TechTarget and Directions on Microsoft Speak Out About Triggers, Trends & Threats

Software audits are on the rise with IBM, Adobe, Microsoft and Oracle having the highest number of audits. Industry experts from Forrester, TechTarget and Directions on Microsoft will discuss current trends for specific vendors including audit triggers and how to best manage an audit.

Some of the leading non-compliance issues come from virtualization, multiplexing and third-parties access of software meant for internal use. Industry experts will come together to discuss best practices for mitigating risk at the onset, during and after a software audit including:

  •     Current software vendor audit trends and triggers
  •     Understanding SLAs in conjunction with audits
  •     What’s different about Microsoft and Oracle audits
  •     The risks associated with audits – both financial and to the organization’s reputation
  •     What actions to take should your vendor initiate an audit
  •     Tips from the trenches

WHO:    Mark Fontecchio, News and Site Editor for SearchOracle/TechTarget
Wes Miller, Research VP, Server Applications, Directions on Microsoft
Clarence Villanueva, Senior Analyst, Sourcing & Vendor Management, Forrester Research, Inc.

WHEN:    March 27, 2012
1 p.m. – 2 p.m. ET

WHERE:    To register and attend, go to

Miro Consulting is an IT asset management consultancy focused on lowering the total cost of ownership through hardware and software optimization. Miro specializes in Oracle and Microsoft licensing management & Oracle hardware assets. Services include, but are not limited to Microsoft and Oracle license assessments; contract negotiations; technology evaluations; hardware management programs; and virtualization consulting. Since 2000, Miro has helped 500+ clients optimize their total cost of ownership and has overseen over $1.5 billion in Oracle and Microsoft transactions. For more information about Miro, go to

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