Upcoming Campaign for Clear Licensing (CCL) Events

Join us for the following upcoming events (in partnership with The ITAM Review) and connect with like-minded individuals around key licensing topics:

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All research collated at these events will aid our continued dialogue with software publishers.
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Event Listing: Campaign for Clear Licensing Roundtable, London, 2nd February

Confidential Roundtable

To kick off our research into IBM and SAP licensing and audit practices the Campaign for Clear Licensing is holding a confidential roundtable in London on the 2nd February.

The goal of the meeting is to identify the key issues and talking points around IBM and SAP. We will also delve into the early responses to our research [below].

REGISTER HERE: https://itamreview.wufoo.com/confirm/ibm-sap-ccl-roundtable-registration-2nd-feb/

IBM & SAP Licensing Survey

Please provide your feedback on IBM and SAP Licensing and audit practices. Submissions can be completely anonymous if required. All contributions will be published and shared openly and will help us drive the agenda with IBM and SAP.

IBM: https://itamreview.wufoo.com/forms/ibm-licensing-feedback/

SAP: https://itamreview.wufoo.com/forms/sap-licensing-feedback/

2nd February Roundtable Agenda

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  • Introductions
  • CCL Progress Report & Oracle next steps
  • IBM & SAP Research Summary
  • Key issues with IBM and SAP – Research requirements and priorities
  • AOB / Networking

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REGISTER HERE: https://itamreview.wufoo.com/confirm/ibm-sap-ccl-roundtable-registration-2nd-feb/

Event Summary

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  • Who: Campaign for Clear Licensing
  • What: Confidential Roundtable
  • When: Monday 2nd February 2015 2pm – 4pm
  • Where: Central London (Short walk from Euston station, address disclosed on registration)
  • How: Please register using this link
  • Who should attend: End user organisations and hands-on practictioners
  • Cost: Free

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REGISTER HERE: https://itamreview.wufoo.com/confirm/ibm-sap-ccl-roundtable-registration-2nd-feb/

Event Listing: Oracle Licensing Seminar, New York, USA

The Campaign for Clear Licensing is working in partnership with the ITAM Review to host an Oracle Licensing seminar.

  • What: Oracle Licensing Seminar
  • When: Thursday 29th January 2014
  • Who: The ITAM Review in partnership with the Campaign for Clear Licensing
  • Where: Baruch College, New York
  • How: Register and learn more here:

http://www.itassetmanagement.net/2014/12/02/event-listing-oracle-seminar-29th-january-2015-york/

Agenda

Confidentiality

This event is for end user organizations only. Chatham House rules apply.

Key issues and talking points will be captured anonymously and presented to Oracle for further discussions.

Register and learn more here:

http://www.itassetmanagement.net/2014/12/02/event-listing-oracle-seminar-29th-january-2015-york/

Event Listing: Oracle Licensing Seminar

The Campaign for Clear Licensing is working in partnership with the ITAM Review to host an Oracle Licensing seminar.
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  • What: Oracle Licensing Seminar
  • When: Friday 21st November 2014
  • Who: The ITAM Review in partnership with the Campaign for Clear Licensing
  • Where: BCS Offices, London
  • How: Register and learn more here:

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http://www.itassetmanagement.net/2014/09/22/oracle-seminar/

Agenda

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  • 09:45 – 10:20 “Common Oracle licensing contracts and grey areas of licensing risk” Monica State and Madalina Chirculescu, ITAMS [Premier Sponsor]
  • 10.20 – 10.55 “The Oracle EULA” Piaras MacDonnell, Suredatum
  • 10.55 – 11.25 Refreshment Break
  • 11.25 – 12.00 “What to expect during an Oracle License Audit and how to prepare yourself” Richard Spithoven, b.lay
  • 12.00 – 12.35 “Taking the bite out of software licensing terms” Cathy Hamilton & Kamal Patheja, Deutche Post DHL.
  • 12.35 – 13.35 Lunch
  • 13.35 – 14.20 Workshop
  • 14.20 – 15.05 Workshop
  • 15.05 – 15.25 Refreshment Break 
  • 15.25 – 16.10 Workshop
  • 16.10 – 16.20 Closing remarks

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Confidentiality

This event is for end user organizations only. Chatham House rules apply.

Key issues and talking points will be captured anonymously and presented to Oracle for further discussions.

Register and learn more here:

http://www.itassetmanagement.net/2014/09/22/oracle-seminar/

 

 

Oracle, the first software publisher to meet Campaign for Clear Licensing

Oracle is the first software publisher to meet with the Campaign for Clear Licensing (CCL).

The aim is to build a mutually beneficial feedback mechanism with constructive dialogue over the longer term.

Process as follows:

  1. We will solicit feedback on Oracle licensing and audit programs via a survey over the coming weeks.
  2. We will meet to discuss key priorities regarding Oracle and discuss broader survey feedback (CCL members only) Wed 26th March 11:30 – 13:30, Central London, UK.
  3. A small delegation of CCL members will meet Oracle on Thurs 24th April 13:00 – 16:00, again Central London, UK.

Survey details and event registration to follow.

In the meantime if you have any question please contact me. Similarly if you are able to host a CCL meeting (outside the UK) please let me know.

UPDATED: 6th MARCH 2014 

Please provide your feedback and confirm dates using this form, thank you:

http://itamreview.wufoo.com/forms/oracle-licensing-feedback/

 

EVENT LISTING: Campaign for Clear Licensing Roundtable

Confidential SAM Roundtable

In Summary:

  • Who: Campaign for Clear Licensing
  • What: Confidential SAM roundtable
  • When: Monday 23rd September, 2 – 4pm
  • Where: 20 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5NJ
  • How: Please register your interest using this link. Space is limited.
  • Cost: Free of charge
  • Who Should Attend: ITAM Practitioners, End user organizations only

Software Audit Code of Conduct 

We have received some great feedback following the publication of the Campaign for Clear Licensing manifesto in May.  Our next step is to develop independent industry guidelines for software licensing and vendor audits.

We begin with our first event by focussing on a software audit code of conduct.

Outline Agenda:

  • Introductions
  • Campaign for Clear Licensing Progress Report
  • Software audit code of conduct
  • Discussion and networking

Everyone in the software supply chain has a role to play in the development of the Campaign for Clear Licensing. However this first event is for end user organizations only.

Please register for the roundtable here.

The Campaign for Clear Licensing is an international campaign, we’re just kicking things off on home turf in the UK. If you would like to host a roundtable elsewhere please get in touch.

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