A new campaign from the Federation Against Software Theft launched earlier this week encourages SAM practitioners to report their own clients for the first time. FAST claims the move will stamp out...
ITAM will be critical in helping firms cut costs during recession, according to new trade body launched today
Microsoft partner is billing its new GDPR Governance Service as a 'comprehensive GDPR management and risk mitigation solution'
Legalisation costs and damages clawed in by body representing Microsoft, Adobe and Autodesk rose 19 per cent in 2016, but rival body CCL dismisses the amount as a 'rounding error'
Independent software asset management firms criticise move
Software licensing audits now take average of nearly 200 work-hours to resolve, according to Campaign for Clear Licensing research
The recent attack on Exclusive Networks is only the latest in a series which has seen cybersecurity vendors, distributors and MSPs suffer breaches to their systems. CRN asks why the channel is seeing itself become a popular target for cybercriminals
Contract covers IT hardware to larger customer organisations
The VMware boss is joining the chipmaker as it finds itself adrift and losing market share to rivals. CRN considers why he might be the best person to steer the company through its troubled waters
Market analyst Context says European IT channel now on track to break first ever €100bn-revenue year in 2021, despite pandemic pressures