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James Nagurney - National Business Development Manager

James Nagurney

James is a software licensing analyst and Business Development Manager at PC Connection with more than 13 years of industry experience. He is a Microsoft Certified Professional in the areas of Licensing and Software Asset Management.  Nicknamed “the Professor” by his peers, James is a member of the International Association of IT Asset Managers (IAITAM) and has helped negotiate hundreds of Enterprise Agreements for his clients. In his downtime, he enjoys Phillies baseball, horror movies, and playing music.   

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Microsoft News

The Latest and Greatest Microsoft News

New Developments in Office, Plus More on Windows 8

by James Nagurney | 11.06.14

Ever feel like you don’t have enough Microsoft news in your life? Today’s the day that changes! Learn about the latest usage figures for Windows 8 (is Windows XP finally going into retirement?), how to deploy Office 365 in your environment, and what might be coming down the pike for Office “16.” All this and more in this month’s Microsoft headlines.

Tags:Office 365Windows 8Windows XP

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The Latest and Greatest Microsoft News

Windows 10, End of Windows Server 2003, and All About Azure

by James Nagurney | 11.04.14

Step right up for this month’s Microsoft headlines. Why is Microsoft skipping right past Windows 9 to bring you 10? Are you still running Windows Server 2003? Discover why now is the time to start planning your migration and more.

Tags:MicrosoftMigrationWindows 7Windows Server 2003Windows Server 2003 EOS

What's the Deal with Windows 10?

Get the Scoop on the Latest from Microsoft

by James Nagurney | 10.23.14

The biggest news coming out of Microsoft this month is the announcement about Windows 10.  We have to be honest that the name is a bit of a surprise. We were expecting Windows 9 or just “Windows” (you know, like “iPad”), but they got us on this one. Apparently, Microsoft is signifying that this will be their final “major” release of their flagship product, with the future bringing on evolutionary, in-place tweaks and modifications. This is probably a smart move as most customers are prone to skipping versions, at least for the last 15+ years or so. Here’s what we know so far:

Tags:ApplicationsiPadLicensingMicrosoftSecurityWindows 7Windows 8Windows Server 2003Windows Server 2003 EOSWindows XP

Microsoft News

The News from Microsoft September Edition

Microsoft Is Ready to End Support for More Products

by James Nagurney | 09.17.14

Are you ready for your regular dose 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.

Tags:MicrosoftVMwareWindows 8Windows XP

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.

Tags:DesktopsLicensingMicrosoftVirtualizationWindows 8Windows XP

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