James Nagurney - National Business Development Manager
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The News from Microsoft September Edition

Microsoft Is Ready to End Support for More Products

by James Nagurney | Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Are you ready for your regular does of Microsoft headlines? Now that Windows XP’s time has finally run out, Microsoft is ringing the death knell for other popular Windows products, including Windows Server 2003 and 2008, as well as Windows 7. Are you prepared? Not only that, even though Windows XP is no longer supported by Microsoft, companies are still running it—successfully, even. But is it really that wise? Read on for these stories and more.

Office 365 price increase ahead for some enterprises and more Microsoft news of the week

http://www.zdnet.com/office-365-price-increase-ahead-for-some-enterprises-and-more-microsoft-news-of-the-week-7000031221/

Microsoft’s new Office 365 pricing, new Outlook Web App functionality, an update to Visual Studio 2013, and more on that coming Microsoft smartband round out the news this week.

Are You Licensed to Virtualize

Get Your Ducks in a Row Before You Grow

by James Nagurney | 09.15.14

This month I wanted to highlight the growing trend of Virtual Desktops or VDI. The question I get most frequently regarding VDI is “How does this affect my overall cost of Microsoft licensing?” The answer might surprise you. Let’s take a look at a few of the finer points of Windows VDI.

Microsoft Experience

Microsoft Redefines “Experience”

And I Finally Find My Device Happy Place

by Lane Shelton | 09.11.14

Microsoft recently held their annual Worldwide Partner Conference in Washington, DC. I’ve been going to these for years, and this one was actually one of the best. The energy was high but not manic; the mood was serious but not stifling. Microsoft had the courage to admit that the computing world has changed, and their former 95% market share has turned into a 14% share of all the devices in the world—a humbling shift but I thought they handled it well. They addressed a new landscape and new challenges, with none of the “remember when” nostalgia.

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