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In a cloud world, IT asset management can save on operational and compliance costs and get the most out of software usage. But it's important to find the right people for the job.

If you are a technologist at Danske Bank, Rachel Ryan wants you to know that she’s not the “software police.”

Ryan is the first vice president and global head of IT asset management (Itam) at the Nordic bank. Itam is a methodology for keeping tabs on all the assets of an organization, including hardware and software. Itam’s remit is broad: an Itam team could work closely with network security to ensure the removal of any software containing vulnerabilities; or it might be responsible for making

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