During the COVID-19 pandemic, several enterprises rushed into remote work. While empowering employees to work safely from home, these efforts also exposed gaps within IT Asset Management (ITAM) processes and procedures.
In order to close these gaps, businesses need a secure way to manage assets – including those that are known and unknown. Then, they can move forward, building compliance plans to reduce fines during software audits.
At Cask, we assist clients with identifying hardware and software that they may have lost track of during the course of normal business. Out of the pandemic, we have built upon this process, helping build a robust ITAM protocol to help our clients avoid further financial risk. We do this by utilizing proven methods to reclaim software from assets that can be costly.We also identify software spend that can be reduced through optimization efforts. Click To Tweet
As you move toward ITAM solutioning, Cask will make sure you are tracking and managing all software and hardware within your enterprise. Determining the quality of your inventories for both hardware and software, we can assist in determining performance against a software audit.
With several employees still working remote, developing a plan to track, manage and reclaim software and that exposes your enterprise to risks during potential audits should be top of mind for businesses today.
Creating customized best practice processes and procedures for everything ITAM, from procurement of physical devices to sunsetting of software, our Asset Management practices identify risk, saving you money in the process.