Software Life Cycle Management Standards: Real-world scenarios and solutions for savings

The advent of ISO/IEC 19770 is a leap forward for all who have an interest in the software life cycle, from designer to consumer. In five parts, three of which are still under development, the Standard defines best practice for all apsects of software asset management and introduces SWID (software identification) tags and SWEID (software licensing entitlement) tags.

This book will guide you along the implementation path by:

  • defining each part of ISO/IEC 19770 and what each one means for your business
  • discussing the software life cycle from the perception of all parties involved
  • showing you how the SWID and SWEID tagging systems will help you obtain vital information about your customers’ software needs and usage
  • Aim for realistic goals
  • Ensure your team members perform to their full potential

IT professionals need to develop communication skills so that they can cooperate with the other departments of their organisation. This book is intended to help IT professionals develop their leadership skills.

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An informative guide that describes the ISO/IEC 19770 Standard and its applicability to the entire software lifecycle.

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ISO/IEC 19770

ISO/IEC 19770 establishes a structured baseline for organisations to implement an integrated set of processes for Software Asset Management (SAM).

SAM is “the business practice of managing and optimising the purchase, installation, utilisation, maintenance, and replacement of all software assets within an organisation. Organisations adopt SAM for several reasons, including avoiding legal problems, saving money and time, and reducing security risks.” (BSA definition)

The aim of the standard is to help you achieve good practice and manage your software more efficiently so that management and other organisations can be confident of the quality and adequacy of your processes.

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