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Lane Shelton - Vice President of Software Business Development

Lane Shelton

Lane Shelton is Vice President of Software Business Development at PC Connection with over 18 years of experience in the areas of Microsoft technology and licensing, software asset management, cloud computing, and software investment management. In addition, he is an SIIA-certified software asset management professional. When he has free time, Lane enjoys old-school PC gaming.

Articles by Lane Shelton


Expert Advice on Office 365

Insider Tips for Office 365

So Good, It’s Almost Criminal

by Lane Shelton | 05.12.14

Effective communicators know when to speak, and when to sit quietly and let others speak. Here is an instance where I was ready to listen. I asked an enterprise customer (who also happens to be an Office 365 (O365) pioneer) for advice. I was truly looking for some insights from someone with experience about deploying and managing Office 365. And we offer our thanks, for permission to pass along this incredibly valuable, practical advice. Here’s everything you need to know about O365 from someone who’s been there and done that, more than once. 

Tags:MicrosoftOffice 365Software

Apple iPads with Microsoft Office

Office for iPad

Must-Have Technology (Honest)

by Lane Shelton | 04.28.14

Let me start by saying this—Microsoft should have created Office for iPad when they released Office 2013. If you ever owned an iPad you probably said to yourself, “Why can’t I have Office on this device? It would make my work-life complete. I‘d attach a keyboard to it, and then I wouldn’t need my company-issued bricktop anymore!” If this sounds like you, read on.

Tags:AppleMicrosoftOffice 365

Windows XP Migration Services

Is There Room in Your Stable for Windows 7 and 8?

Why a Hybrid Approach Could Give You the Best of Both Worlds

by Lane Shelton | 04.02.14

Right now, the vast majority of the customers I talk to have chosen to migrate to Windows 7. They are doing this for a lot of good reasons, and I get it. But it’s also becoming clear that specific use-cases within an organization can really benefit from Windows 8/8.1. For more information about what Windows 8 can bring to your organization, read on.

Tags:AssessmentLicensingMicrosoftSoftware UpgradeWindows 8

Microsoft's Power BI Sealed with a KISS

Online Service Announced with Promo Option

by Lane Shelton | 03.21.14
There is no shortage of data these days and making sense of it all may just be within reach. Microsoft has tried to Keep It Super Simple—no one deserves to be called stupid—when it comes to complex analytics and business intelligence.

Tags:Cloud ComputingEnterprise AgreementMicrosoftOffice 365

Device Happy Place - Finding the perfect device, or set of devices, to boost productivity and morale.

Find Your Device Happy Place

Boost Productivity and Morale with the Right Systems

by Lane Shelton | 03.13.14

Lately, we’ve been talking frequently with customers about new devices. Some of it is driven by Windows XP replacement discussions and some of it by the sheer number of new devices and form factors out there now. In the process, we’ve begun witnessing a phenomenon we call the Device Happy Place (or DHP because we love acronyms). A DHP occurs when a user finds the perfect device, or set of devices. The Device Happy Place produces three distinct results: a serious productivity boost, a general sense of work well-being, and an insistence on telling anyone and everyone about how awesome the new kit is.

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James Nagurney - National Business Development Manager
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