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What You Need to Know About Licensing for Windows Server 2012

Keep the Future in Mind as You Plan

by Patrick Renzi | Monday, March 30, 2015

Do you remember the comment in our last blog, Deep Dive: What You Need to Know About Licensing for Windows Server 2012, advising IT leaders to be sure that they can stand by the choices they make to deploy Windows Server 2012 Standard or Datacenter on various systems across their environments? Thinking with the future in mind is the only way to avoid making costly licensing mistakes that initially may seem like good decisions.

Indeed, taking a forward-looking approach is the difference between simply buying licenses and adhering to a licensing strategy. Being good at the latter proposition requires that IT leaders be highly cognizant of their organization’s trajectory – whether it’s on a fast growth track vs. keeping pace with the market, for example – so that the business doesn’t suffer from penny-wise but pound-foolish licensing decisions.

5 Tips to Streamline Your Enterprise Licensing Renewal

What you need to know before your re-sign your EA

by Jack Dillman | 03.27.15

Enterprise Agreement (EA) licensing has become a common term in today’s business world. They present a significant opportunity for productivity benefits and cost savings, but how often do you sit down to examine your EA options? If you’re like most organizations, it’s once every 3 years—when your renewal date comes up. A lot can change in 3 years, which is why it helps to have someone on your side who lives and breathes EA details year round. Here are my top 5 tips to consider when you’re getting ready to re-sign your contract.

Migrating From Server 2003 The First Step

Planning Makes Perfect When Moving to Server 2012

by Jonathan Clark | 03.25.15

As you no doubt know, support for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 is coming to an end. It’s been a great 12 years, but it’s time for a change—and a change to Server 2012 will keep your organization safe under Microsoft’s watchful eyes for years to come. But it’s not as simple as just pushing a button.

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