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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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4 Recent Microsoft Product Milestones

Are They Bumps in Your Road?

by James Nagurney | 05.09.14

We hit a couple of Microsoft milestones in April, affecting everything from Windows to Office to SQL, so I thought it would be helpful to note them all for you. To see what changes Microsoft has made and how they might affect you, read on.

Tags:MicrosoftSoftwareWindows 8

Around the Web with Microsoft

The Latest and Greatest Microsoft News and Reviews

by James Nagurney | 05.01.14

For more on what’s happening with all things Microsoft, take a look at any and all of these links, handpicked by yours truly. And for more on Microsoft’s recent changes to Windows licensing, read my post from earlier this week.

 

Microsoft Quietly Releases SP1 for Office 2013, Exchange 2013 and SharePoint 2013

Microsoft released Service Pack 1 for Microsoft Office 2013 last week with little or no publicity.

by Kurt Mackie

RedmondMag.com

February 25, 2014

Tags:MicrosoftOffice 365SoftwareWindows 8

Stay on Top of Recent Windows Licensing Changes

Sleeper Updates May Affect Your Organization Sleeper Updates May Affect Your Organization

by James Nagurney | 04.29.14

There have recently been some quiet but important licensing changes to Windows. They’re not going to change your life, but they’re definitely worth knowing more about. If staying on top of your Windows licensing situation is important to you—and it should be—read on.

Tags:LicensingMicrosoftWindows 8

Microsoft Windows XP on Life Preserver

Windows XP Is Barely Hanging On

It's Time for You to Let Go

by James Nagurney | 02.20.14

Recently, I have noticed considerable buzz regarding a Windows XP support announcement by Microsoft. What I have been hearing from customers over the last couple of weeks is, “Hey, did you hear Microsoft extended XP support again?” Unfortunately, this is not completely accurate; Microsoft will not be patching Windows XP after April 8th. What Microsoft did announce last month was that it would be delivering security signatures through its anti-malware products that will help to protect systems, including those still running Windows XP. For more on what this really means for your organization, read on.

Tags:MicrosoftSoftware UpgradeUpgrading

The Microsoft Licensing Corner, #4

Your Rundown of the Latest Releases, Reviews, News, and More

by James Nagurney | 12.19.13

As you know, Microsoft generates a lot of talk in tech circles. You want to keep up on the latest news, but you don’t want to have to sift through every article and post to find the information most useful to you. That’s where I come in. As a person obsessed with Microsoft software licensing, I’ve hand-picked the best articles about the most relevant updates and product releases, from around the Web. Read on for information about Microsoft Server and Cloud Licensing, Windows 8.1 updates, and more.

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