Software self-audit for Australian businesses: more than child’s play

Software self-audit for Australian businesses: more than child’s play

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Recently, I was shown a Microsoft letter requesting a company carry out an internal software audit. Searching for details, the letter appeared to be a resource made available to Microsoft Licensing Experts. Martin Thompson had dissected the letter in the past to highlight the benefits of controlling software license costs and obligations for those involved. (more…)
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The value of routinely checking disk space

The value of routinely checking disk space

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On the morning I started writing this post, I went to buy new tyres to replace the ones that were nearly worn to the tread-wear indicator. Tyres with tread higher than the built-in indicators meet local legal requirements, helps the car stop over shorter distances than cars with worn tyres and avoids tyre damage potentially caused through wear and tear. This post looks at how checking tyre tread is analogous to checking disk space, why doing so is useful and how routinely checking disk space can be one way to keep your computer running optimally during its lifetime. (more…)
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