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Adobe Is Changing the Software Licensing Game

The Top 3 Benefits of VIP Licensing

by Josh 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.

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Virtualization to the Rescue

See Cloud Computing Clearly

by Mark Officer | 10.15.13

It’s a constant balancing act. Your users want better, faster access to data applications, and services, but you don’t have never-ending resources. What’s more, you need to stay in control of your organization’s infrastructure. So how do you give your users what they want with the infrastructure you already have, all while maintaining a high level of control and security? That’s where a software-defined data center (SDDC) comes in. In an SDDC, your data center’s core components are pooled and managed by intelligent software systems, and I’ve put together a list of four main benefits of creating one for your organization.

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The Microsoft Licensing Corner #2

What’s the Deal with Subscription Licensing?

by James Nagurney | 11.19.13

This month, I think it makes sense to take a look at a trend that has been growing over the past couple of years: subscription vs. perpetual licensing. You may not recognize the distinction between these two types of license entitlements when you look over your Microsoft Licensing Statement, but it’s crucial that you’re aware of the difference. Read on for the main differences between perpetual and subscription licensing, as well as more information about Microsoft’s subscription-only product offerings.

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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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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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