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Microsoft Licensing: Untangled

The PC Connection Microsoft Practice

by Lane Shelton | 09.30.13

Are you struggling to make sense of your Microsoft licensing situation? We know how important Microsoft’s products are to your organization, as well as how frustrating and confusing their licensing can sometimes be. PC Connection is here to help you gain clarity and control over your licensing. We’ve built our Microsoft licensing services specifically to help you simplify your licensing programs and make smarter investments that deliver exactly what your organization needs. 

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Optimize Your VMware Licensing

Which Purchasing Option Is Right for You?

by Kevin O'Connor | 08.27.13
Are you thinking about virtualization or expanding your virtual environment? Does saving time and money when you’re buying VMware products appeal to you? VMware offers a variety of purchasing programs based on deployment size, so you can acquire those products in the most cost-effective manner for your organization.

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Microsoft Server and Cloud Environment

Microsoft Server and Cloud Enrollment Licensing

An Explanation in Plain English

by Lane Shelton | 09.23.13

Microsoft has announced a new licensing program called the Server & Cloud Enrollment (SCE), which will launch in November 2013. As you may expect, there are many things to consider: new options to explore and evaluate, changes to existing programs to think about, and pricing changes to understand. To give you a better picture of the coming changes, we’ve drawn up an SCE white paper, which outlines what to expect with this new enrollment.

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The Microsoft Licensing Corner, #3

Navigating the Windows Server and System Center Roadmap

by James Nagurney | 12.03.13

Microsoft released new versions of Windows, Windows Server, and System Center in October, furthering their trend of releasing major upgrades every 2 years or less. In light of these new releases, I think now is the time to review the updated roadmap for these products. Read on to delve further into what the latest upgrade schedule means for your Microsoft licensing situation.

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Microsoft Licensing Center - Data, Charts, and Graphs

The Microsoft Licensing Corner, #1

Are You at Risk for Compliance Drift?

by James Nagurney | 11.08.13

As Microsoft software consumers, we understand that software audits are part of the deal. Inevitably, there will come a time when we need to prove that we have the right licensing to cover what we’re using. We know you’re not deliberately gaming the system or installing software you haven’t paid for. What you will have to watch out for, though, is compliance drift—a slow slide out of compliance as a variety of factors change. And it’s best not to wait for Microsoft to ask, cajole, or prod you to engage in a software audit. So that you can stay one step ahead of Microsoft, I’ve put together five ways to identify if you’re at risk for drifting out of compliance.

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