We published 93 posts in 2014, and eight of the 10 most-read articles explored various licensing changes from partners like Microsoft, Adobe, and Apple.
We’re not surprised. Software licensing is complicated, and the seemingly constant adjustments made during multi-year contracts make asset management that much more difficult. Because avoiding an audit is much more fun than responding to one, IT professionals must educate themselves on licensing changes, and how software licensing evolves over time.
Interest in ITAM is unlikely to ebb in 2015, particularly as increasing enterprise mobility and BYOD introduce new compliance risks. We’ll be here to help you navigate any modifications to your software asset management, as well as any hardware, cloud, or mobility advancements.
If there are any topics you’d like us to increase our coverage of this year, please let us know in a comment below. And, in case you missed any of them, here are the 10 most-read posts of 2014:
- How Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Suite licensing affects you
- 4 questions customers are asking about licensing Office 365
- Adobe Creative Cloud: team versus individual licenses
- Office for iPad: Answers to your most common licensing questions
- How the retirement of Microsoft’s Select Plus volume licensing program will affect you
- Microsoft’s O365 price change: What every customer needs to know
- What you need to know about Windows Azure’s pricing and licensing changes
- The top 5 announcements made at VMworld and what they mean for you
- EAP, ECI, EWA, and SCE: The evolving landscape of Microsoft volume licensing
- VMworld 2014: 6 more announcements that had the conference buzzing