Join the BCS SM-ITAM specialist group for this interactive discussion.
- Joe Powell of ITAM Worx (ITAM Worx - ITAM Technology and Services)
- Alexander Golev of SAM Expert. (SAMexpert - Microsoft Cloud and Licensing Experts)
- Rory Canavan of SAM Charter (SAM Charter - SAM, FinOps, ISO19770)
6:00pm - Welcome/ Networking with refreshments
6:30pm - Session 1
7:15pm - Break
7:30pm - Session 2
8:15pm - Networking and refreshments
9:00pm - Event closes
Session 1 - Where do I start? Trustworthy data
Details to follow
Session 2 - Where do I start? Early Careers
Rory Canavan, founding consultant and process guru of SAM Charter, talks about his beginnings in ITAM in this in-depth fireside discussion. After serving in the Royal Navy, Rory decided to leave for the more stimulating field of IT asset management, where he works on improving systems and procedures to provide efficiencies and savings for his clients. We will discuss the challenges he faced, the moments that ultimately led him to make the move, and whether or not he thinks he would have made the same decision had he known then what he knows now.
Those interested in beginning a career in ITAM, as well as those in search of qualified candidates for open positions, would benefit greatly from attending this session.
Our events are for adults aged 16 years and over.
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BCS is following government guidelines and we would ask attendees to continue to also follow these guidelines. Please go to https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/ for more information, advice, and instructions.
This event is brought to you by: BCS Service Management and IT Asset Management (SM-ITAM) specialist group