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Josh Sutelman - Adobe Business Development Specialist

Joshua Sutelman

Josh is a Licensing Solutions Specialist - Microsoft at Connection, and is MCP certified for Microsoft. He also has seven plus years of experience in Adobe software. In his free time, he enjoys sports of all kinds, especially powerlifting.

Areas of expertise:LicensingSoftware

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The Microsoft Product and Services Agreement (MPSA) At-a-Glance allows customers to purchase not only licenses, but also License and Software Assurance (SA), and online services like O365 under one agreement—enabling a more elastic setup. One of the main draws to having all these license and subscription options in one place is having one agreement to manage and one site to view and review licenses. This site is called the Business Center, and in it customers have the ability to quickly provision subscription-based products like O365—and instantly access them—all while having them co-term to the anniversary date. But wait, there’s more.

Tags:License and Software AssuranceMicrosoft Products and Services AgreementO365 Admin PortalOffice 365

Did Adobe Just Reinvent Creative Cloud?

Get the Full Scoop on Adobe’s June CC Update

by Joshua Sutelman | 06.25.14

Adobe’s Creative Cloud (CC)—the powerhouse collection of subscription-based, local-installed applications—received a monumental update on June 18, 2014. The 2014 CC release was a milestone in Adobe’s history, with updates to 14 apps, new mobile centric apps, Adobe-branded hardware for the creative at heart, and a new way to access creative profiles (Adobe ID).

Tags:Adobe Creative CloudiOS AppiPadRefresh

Adobe Is Changing the Software Licensing Game

The Top 3 Benefits of VIP Licensing

by Joshua Sutelman | 08.26.13

In June 2013, Adobe reinvented itself by creating a new licensing model, the Value Incentive Program (VIP), which is a brand new way for Adobe to update its industry-leading lineup of software. This change has come as something of a system shock, as it has completely done away with the old model of upgrading software. But as I’ll show you, there are three big advantages to the new VIP model.

Tags:AdobeSoftwareSoftware Upgrade

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