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Our Revealed video provides an overview of the four steps we use in every Microsoft Licensing Optimization (MLO) engagement. Each customer is unique, and we’ve employed our signature four-step process for every customer, since case file #1. Microsoft licensing and their technology stack are constantly changing, but our four-step process is the constant that delivers sanity, due-diligence, and most importantly—results. Our gurus designed our tools, and you work directly with them through all four steps, and beyond.

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Microsoft Licensing Optimization (MLO)

What's Your Microsoft Licensing Strategy?

Make Sound Decisions with Microsoft Licensing Optimization

by Lane Shelton | 01.24.14

The Microsoft Licensing Optimization (MLO) overview gives you a high level look at the MLO process—what is it, how it works, how long it takes, how you will benefit. The MLO process and deliverables are unique.  They were designed 100% from the ground up by our team of licensing and technology gurus. What’s more, they’ve been battle-tested and refined in the field for years with customers large and small, in every industry and sector.

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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 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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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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