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Buyer Beware: “Total Production Environment” Licensing Pitfalls

How to Avoid a Logistical Compliance Nightmare

by Lane Shelton | 07.09.14

You’ve probably noticed a constant shift in the licensing landscape as software publishers strive to accommodate evolving customer requirements (thought I’d put it nicely). For example, bundling is a popular tactic, where products are grouped together and additional discounts or advantageous use-rights applied when you acquire the bundle. In many cases, a bundle represents an attractive option; however, at times they also include unintended pitfalls. Lately, I’ve seen one specific issue surface quite a bit. What’s more, it has serious compliance ramifications so I’d like to spend some time getting you up to speed. If you currently have a Microsoft Enrollment for Application Platform (EAP), or the newest incarnation called the Server/Cloud Enrollment (SCE), you should know that from a logistical standpoint there could be a dark cloud looming over your organization, so please read on. [MORE]

Tags:ComplianceLicensingSoftwareWindows 8

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.

Tags:Cloud ServersMicrosoft

A Sunny Outlook For Cloud Storage

A Sunny Outlook for Cloud Storage

Scalability, affordability, and headache-free IT are just three of the reasons companies are considering moving data storage to the cloud.

by Stephanie Neil | 06.10.14

Any organization embarking upon an IT modernization effort—be it for an XP upgrade, an infrastructure consolidation after an acquisition, or a legacy system swap-out—must factor storage into the equation. Specifically, the introduction of big data analytics and mobile applications are increasing the need for more, and more flexible, processing power and storage capacity.

Tags:Cloud ComputingCloud ServersCloud StorageData CenterHybrid CloudMicrosoftPrivate Cloud

Server Decisions - Cloud Computing Resources

Are You Making the Right Server Decisions?

Get the Intel You Need to Head to the Cloud

by Balaji Srinivasan | 07.16.13

As virtualization and cloud computing become a bigger part of your organization’s IT strategies, you want to be able to stay on the forefront of changing business landscape, while also ensuring your data remains secure. We have some insights into how these two big issues are affecting business and IT today, and how Intel® is working to build powerful, secure cloud computing solutions.

Tags:Cloud ComputingData CenterHybrid CloudPrivate CloudServersVirtualization

Stanley Electric Data Center Servers

Building a Better Data Center

PC Connection Powers Up IT at Stanley Electric

by Kathy Orben-Hall | 11.12.13

Stanley Electric (London, OH), a leading manufacturer of exterior vehicle lighting, was running a data center that could no longer meet the company’s needs. They were still using VMware 3.5, and their limited infrastructure prevented them from increasing their virtual servers—and to top it all off, there was no way to monitor system performance. Michael Lawson, IT Systems Engineer at Stanley Electric, realized it was time to upgrade, and he made the call to PC Connection. 

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