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Oracle Fusion Cloud - Common Compliance Issues

Early adopters of Oracle’s Fusion Cloud Services have been confronted with the first “compliance claims.” In this article we focus on the most common compliance issues seen at these customers.

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Oracle Java Release 17 - Is it Free Again?

On September 13th, Oracle released its new Long Term Support (LTS) release of Oracle Java: Release 17. Many end users claim that with this new release, Oracle Java is “free of charge” again. But is it?

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Oracle Cloud – Setting Up Individual Users

In this article we focus on how the actual license metrics of Oracle’s Fusion Cloud Services dictate the importance of setting up and monitoring your users in a complete and accurate manner.

How to maximize the value of your Microsoft investment
  • 05 July 2021
  • Chris van der Zwan
  • Publisher Advisory
  • Microsoft, Office, Azure, investments

How to Maximize the Value of Your Microsoft Investment

How do you prepare for software purchases? Start by talking to the business and product owners to understand what technology is actually needed.

How IBM Changed Their Licensing Model and What It Means for You as a Customer | SoftwareONE Blog
  • 18 June 2021
  • Blog Editorial Team
  • Publisher Advisory
  • IBM, Cloud Pak, Licensing, RSVP, Container, Licensing, VPC, PVU

How IBM Changed Their Licensing Model and What It Means for You as a Customer

IBM is rapidly transforming after the acquisition of Red Hat. In 2020 IBM announced a drastic revision of its pricing structure for legacy single-product licenses. This significantly impacts you as an IBM customer.

Remote IBM Software License Evaluation

Remote IBM Software License Evaluation

RISE stands for Remote IBM Software Evaluation. As the term suggests these reviews are done completely remote which enables IBM to continue auditing during the COVID-19 crisis.

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