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Upgrades Are In—Don’t Be Caught Out

by Patrick Renzi | 11.17.16

When you manage IT for a large organization, control is everything. Whether it’s control of data access, device privilege, or the applications running, control isn't something quickly divested, at least not easily. Volume Licensing has been the preferred deployment and procurement method by so many enterprises due to the control it offers to those who manage these enterprises. Enter the new kid on the block: Click to Run.

Tags:Click-2-RunDeploymentEnd of LifeITMicrosoftNetworkOffice 365SoftwareVolume LicenseWave 15Windows 10Windows Server 2016

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Getting Down to the Cores of Server 2016

What Licensing Changes Mean for You

by Brendan Randall | 11.03.16

Windows Server 2016 has been the most anticipated Microsoft release this year. However, rather than focusing on the latest and greatest features being added to the new version of the operating system, a lot of anticipation has been around the major licensing model changes. With Microsoft announcing early in the year that Windows Server 2016 would be moving to a core-based model, it raised a lot of questions. How will this new model work exactly? How will it affect my organization’s data center plans moving forward? What is the recommended approach to these changes

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What’s New in Windows Server 2016

Advances You Can’t Get Anywhere Else

by Melissa Curtis | 11.01.16

With Windows Server 2012, there wasn’t much that distinguished Windows Server Standard and Windows Server Datacenter beyond the licensing details. Microsoft really decided to shake things up and introduce new features that would change that with their release of Windows Server 2016.

Tags:AzureData CenterMicrosoftMicrosoft WindowsNano ServersPassportPasswordsSoftwareSoftware AssuranceWindows ServerWindows Server 2012Windows Server 2012 DatacenterWindows Server 2012 R2Windows Server 2012 StandardWindows Server Enterprise

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

PC 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 PC 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:CloudConnectionCRNData CenterEnterprise 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.

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