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Vice President of Software Business Development
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Could a Microsoft EA Save You 45%?

Give Us 15 Minutes and Find Out

by Lane Shelton | Wednesday, April 01, 2015

I can’t promise you that one blog post is going to give you all the information you need about Microsoft’s Enterprise Agreement (EA). But I can promise that you’ll learn about a tool that allows you to quickly find out if you should even consider Microsoft EA. And why would you? That’s an easy one, because under the right circumstances, hands down, an enterprise agreement can save you as much as 45%. Our team developed this assessment tool to get you started and it only takes about 15 minutes. Promise. Keep reading for all the specifics.

If you want to jump ahead and get started with the tool, you’ll find it’s intuitive. Of course, our team is happy to assist with your assessment—just ask. Before we go too far, I want to recap quickly what we covered in Part 1 of this EA series. My colleague Jack Dillman covered EA 101. He actually looked more at what the Enterprise Agreement is, what the benefits associated with the Enterprise Agreement are, how it work, what the mechanics in terms of licensing are, plus additional benefits so it was really a holistic look at the program itself. If you missed it, you can still view EA 101.

What You Need to Know About Licensing for Windows Server 2012

What’s the Difference between Standard and Datacenter Editions?

by Patrick Renzi | 03.23.15

In part one of our three-part look into Windows Server 2012, we took a deep dive into the new licensing options. Today, we’re going to closely examine what really sets the two licensing options—Standard or Datacenter—apart.

Licensing Renewal

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.

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