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Softmart Now Stronger than Ever

More Power in Our Microsoft Center of Excellence, Means More Power for Every Customer

by Lane Shelton | 08.30.16

Connection recently invited Softmart to join our family of companies. Softmart is a powerful company in its own right, recently described by CRN as a “solution provider stalwart with well-defined hardware, cloud, and Office 365 practices.” Combined with the depth and breadth of Connection’s strength and reach, ranked #20 in CRN’s 2015 Solution Provider 500, our aim is to offer our customers everything they need to build sound technology investments, achieve their technology goals from the end-user experience to the data center to the cloud, and, of course, to save time and money while doing it.

Tags:CloudConnectionCRNDatacenterEnterprise AgreementMicrosoftMicrosoft Center of ExcellenceOffice 365Operational Excellence AwardSoftmart

Azure Only Server and Cloud Enrollment (SCE) Changes

Understanding Microsoft’s Latest Licensing Developments

by Jared Bisbano | 08.18.16

Server and Cloud Enrollment (SCE) is a licensing vehicle under the Enterprise Agreement that enables organizations to standardize on one or more Microsoft server and cloud technologies. To enroll in SCE, you will make an installed base commitment to one or more components. This means committing to full Software Assurance coverage across the installed base of an SCE component. Products available under SCE include Windows Server and System Center, SQL Server, SharePoint Server and BizTalk Server, Visual Studio, and Azure.

Tags:(SCE)AzureCloud TechnologyEnterprise AgreementMicrosoftServer and Cloud EnrollmentSoftware Assurance

Office 365

Office 365 Licensing and You

Upgrading Doesn’t Have to Be an Ordeal

by Dan Ortiz | 04.28.16

Over the past year Microsoft has been working with their customers to adopt the Office 365 brand. The first thing that customers contend with is determining whether or not the move makes sense and which of the many plans available would provide the most value to their company. This is no easy task as there are multiple points of consideration that should not be overlooked. But assisting our customers is one of the things Connection does best. And we’re here to guide you through this change by finding new ways to approach this paradigm shift.

Tags:ConnectionEnterprise AgreementMicrosoftOffice 365

SQL

Free SQL Server 2016 Licenses!

Sort Of—Get the Full Story

by Jared Bisbano | 04.21.16

As part of the SQL Server 2016 launch event, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced a commercial database promotion that provides customers with free licenses if you are running a competitor’s platform (Oracle, Sybase, SAP Hana). The offer ends on June 30, 2016; however, free is never free. In order to qualify, there is a laundry list of criteria that a company must meet in order to get these licenses. Read on to learn what you can do to qualify for these licenses.

Tags:EnterpriseEnterprise AgreementMicrosoftServersSoftware AssuranceSQLSQL ServerSQL Server 2016

Microsoft Enterprise Agreement (EA)

There's a Big Change Coming to the Microsoft EA Program

What This Means for Your Essential Software Licenses

by Lane Shelton | 01.13.16

Microsoft announced that they are making a strategic change to the Enterprise Agreement (EA) program beginning on July 1, 2016. They will raise the minimum commitment for commercial customers signing new Enterprise Enrollments and Enterprise Subscription Enrollments from 250 to 500 users/devices. Existing customers approaching renewal with fewer than 500 users/devices will be able to extend their current Enrollments for 36 months, in keeping with current program rules. This is the most significant customer-program change from Microsoft since they created the direct EA in 2001. What does this change mean for you? Read on, and I’ll break it down for you.

Tags:Enterprise AgreementMicrosoftMicrosoft License OptimizationMicrosoft Products and Services AgreementSoftware

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