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Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) alone is not sufficient for effective asset management.
This research will help you:
- Evaluate and select third-party add-ons to pull actionable insights from SCCM inventory and usage data.
- Find opportunities to reduce spending on software licenses by reconciling installs with usage.
- Prepare for vendor audits and mitigate license compliance risks by self-auditing.
- Improve operational and service efficiency by optimizing IT asset management (ITAM) workflows.
Many organizations approach software compliance with a calculated risk approach: they know they are out of compliance, believing the costs of proactive or ongoing compliance are higher than reactive compliance in the event of an audit. But the calculated risk approach is not a viable long-term strategy.