Microsoft Australia will be hosting a series of four Licensing Webcasts throughout November and December.
These 1 hour, online sessions, have been designed to help you better understand how Microsoft licenses our technologies.
Even though we license our products on a per device, per user, and per processor basis – it is important you understand which technologies can be licensed under specific scenarios – so you can make educated and informed decisions when purchasing our solutions.
Who should attend?
Anyone who has a vested interest in Microsoft technologies.
Whether you are an IT Administrator, Network Engineer, Systems Analyst, Technical Decision Maker or a Procurement Officer – these Webcasts will cover both the Product/Solution at a high level, and then a drill down into the various licensing models. These are NOT designed as in-depth technical sessions, but we will deliver a general solution overview before exploring the licensing components.
How to register for these sessions?
Click here to register for any/all of the sessions we will offer during November and December 2010.
You can register for just one, two, three or all four sessions.
Topics covered during the series include:
- Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS). What is it, how will it save me money and how do I license it correctly?
- Microsoft Virtualization Solutions (from the Data Center to the Desktop) and how do I license it correctly?
- Enrolments for the Enterprise Agreement – a cost effective way to standardize your Microsoft Software purchases.
- Microsoft System Centre Management Solutions and the correct licensing model for your business.