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Moving Exchange to the Cloud

Get Help Crunching the Numbers

by Rick Sabarese | 11.30.16

With Microsoft Exchange on-premises systems, determining price was fairly easy because the choices were largely the same. But cloud changes the pricing equation: Enterprises lease rather than own equipment, which alters the comparisons from apples-to-apples to apples-to-oranges.

Tags:CloudData CenterITLicensingMicrosoft ExchangeMicrosoft Office 365Packaged solutions

Windows Server 2016 Licensing and Beyond

Microsoft Is Making the Switch to Core-Based Licensing—but What Next?

by Matt Smith | 12.11.15

News just broke from Microsoft regarding some radical changes in how we will license Windows Server when 2016 releases next year. The new licensing model is very similar to the shift to core-based licensing from Proc-based licensing that we saw with SQL Server 2012. For those of you who worked through that, you will have the base knowledge to work from, as this experience will be similar.

Tags:CoresLicensingMicrosoftWindows Server

VMware Mirage

Mirage as a Solution

A More Efficient, Convenient, Secure Way to Compute

by Tony Dancona | 09.18.15

When does VMware Mirage really make sense? For users who travel frequently—say you’re on a plane, in a car, or just on the move—you may not always have network connectivity, but you still need that full operating system on your device. This is where Mirage comes into play. It works on dynamic layering from the data center delivered to the device.

Tags:Anti-virusConnectionData CenterDevicesITLaptopsLicensingMigrationNetworkSoftwareStorageTechnologyVMware MirageWorkspace Suite

Windows 10—More of What to Expect

An Update on Our Windows 10 Rundown

by Jack Dillman | 09.09.15

Earlier this year, I wrote a post detailing what to expect with the release of Windows 10 and what it would mean for users. Since then, we’ve learned a few more things. Probably the biggest news is the licensing options.

Tags:LicensingOffice 365Windows 10

Windows 10 Updates and the Enterprise

What It Could Mean in Practical Terms

by Lane Shelton | 08.04.15

Windows 10 represents a significant evolution in the relationship between deploying the Windows OS and licensing the Windows OS. We’ve already seen other major changes to Windows licensing: the introduction of the user-based subscription, the ability to purchase an upgrade license to Windows Enterprise without the need for Software Assurance—and there are more changes to come. One of the most significant changes specific to Windows 10, however, is the way you’ll be consuming updates. Until Windows 10, there’s always been something of a dividing line between security updates and features updates. Security updates are quick and ongoing, while the features updates are rolled into big groupings—and deploying those is usually a heavy lift for IT.

Tags:BYODITLicensingMicrosoftOffice 365SecuritySoftware AssuranceWindows 10Windows LicensingWindows ProWindows Server Enterprise

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