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Reports Showcase: Application Use Ranking
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How Moving License Keys to the Cloud Changes Use Analysis
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SaaS/Cloud Application Use Monitoring – the Next Frontier
Application/License Trending and Planning
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License Cost Reduction Use Cases
Who’s Using What Application for How Long?
For How Long?
What is the Application?
Who is the user?
I just want to know who is using what application, and for how long
Monitoring as a Service
Real time is the next step in Software Asset Optimization
Real Time Application Use Data Visualization – APIs and Granular Data
Desktop entitlement compliance – “Come Armed with Usage Information”
Application Over Licensing – How Much is Too Much?
Reading log files means getting coarse data
Benefits of 3-Tier Architectures to Real-Time Reporting Solutions
Why Agents are Critical to Usage Information Gathering
Usage Monitoring Application Architecture – Why it Matters
Why are companies packaging applications into Suites?
Why is Autodesk’s Cascading License File so difficult to debug?
What makes Autodesk Licensing unique?
How moving license keys to the cloud changes usage analysis
What application-related usage information is important to stakeholders?
How are applications launched?
Monitoring applications is hard
Metering and monitoring are not the same thing.
Why CRM was the "Killer app" for SaaS
RDBMS Part 2
The Start of SaaS - The Relational Database
IBSMA SAM Summit
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Hybrid licensing models – Wave or Ripple? Continued
Hybrid Licensing Models - Wave or Ripple?
The Beauty of Actual Concurrent Usage
Why real-time tracking is the only way to go
Single Source of Truth: The case for desktop point-of-use application monitoring
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