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Tom.Boyle
Click to view contentThe new look to Snow Support - as we continuously work to improve our customer experience, we are launching a new design along with new functionality to our Support Portal.   Last April we welcomed our customers to a Better, Faster, Personalized: New Face of Support. Our goal, to help customers to find fixes to issues and get responses to… (Show more)
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benjamin.van.dam
Click to view contentWith the release of the Snow O365 connector, the DIS team saw a more insightful way to manage Microsoft subscriptions. With gradual adoption of this product over time, the initial reporting of Subscription String ID’s, was slow. Due to this slow reporting, maintaining new, incoming Subscriptions was a relatively smooth, and fast process.   With… (Show more)
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benjamin.van.dam
On 2018-Sep-24, Microsoft began their 2019 release schedule. The DIS team received “preview” data for the Microsoft Office products and these "editions" were added to the global database ahead of the release, to ensure all customer upgrades to the latest version of Microsoft’s products, transition as seamlessly as possible.   Some major… (Show more)
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Louise
Click to view contentCustomer Success Webinar: Snow Licensing Q&A Watch On-Demand In a recent survey, Snow customers told us that all entitlement is held and managed within their SAM system and is between 50% and 100% complete and accurate. In this webinar Snow’s licensing experts will walk through how to upload your license entitlement and the benefits this will…
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Myrja.Schumacher
Click to view contentRelease information Product:                Snow Inventory ServerNew version:         6.0.1Release date:        Oct 17th, 2018Distribution:          SUS package Current status:     Released   Enhancements in Snow Inventory Server 6.0.0 The level of detail of the CPU name has been improved by using the field ProcessorNameString intead… (Show more)
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Myrja.Schumacher
Click to view contentRelease information Product:                Snow Inventory Agent for macOSNew version:         6.0.1Release date:        October 15, 2018Distribution:          SUS and MSI PackageCurrent status:     Released   Enhancements The following enhancements have been implemented in Snow Inventory Agent for macOS version 6.0.1: A new agent configuration… (Show more)
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su.kent
PRESS RELEASE Snow Appoints Chief Revenue Officer Ken Schock to focus on all global revenue functions   Austin, Texas. October 4, 2018. Snow Software (Snow), the global leader in Software Asset Management and Cloud Spend Management solutions today announced the appointment of Ken Schock to its executive leadership team as Chief Revenue… (Show more)
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per.skanne3
It’s been just over three months since we launched the Snow Ideas board and it’s time to update you with some progress. First, I’d like to thank all of you for giving your time to either suggest an idea or vote on an idea that you’d like to see developed.   As of today, we have had 289 contributed ideas and we have looked at every one and have now… (Show more)
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Click to view contentFueled by customer success across thousands of businesses and analyst recognition, Snow plots the path to helping businesses tackle the challenges of Digital Transformation in the Cloud   Stockholm, Sweden, September 20, 2018: Snow Software (Snow), the global leader in Software Asset Management (SAM) and Cloud Spend Management solutions, today… (Show more)
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Myrja.Schumacher
Click to view contentJoin SAP experts from Snow Software and Akquinet at the Snow for SAP Forum. We will aim to cover prominent issues facing the SAP community today.  You can expect a number of selected presentations, round table discussion and sharing of experiences which will provide insights on topics such as SAP licensing and contract negotiation, Indirect…
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