Time and time again TechNet Readers and the IT Pro community at large come to us with questions about how best to license Microsoft software and services in their organisation, and feedback we get suggests that challenges with licensing extend much further than just the people we speak to out on the road. This is something we’d like to change, so we’re on a mission to help people get to grips with how Microsoft licensing works to ensure that everyone is able to get the most out of the products and services they’re working with.
From System Center to Server and Virtualised Desktop, licensing guru Louise Ulrick will provide the perfect platform for you to get your questions answered. The day, run by LicensEase for Microsoft, will provide you with a good licensing overview to help you understand Microsoft product and programme licensing models.
The IT Pro Licensing Update will be held at Microsoft’s UK HQ in Thames Valley Park, Reading on the 28th March. Space is going to be tight, so we advise you get your registration in as soon as possible – you’ll need invite key 67BA7A.
Take a look below for a summary of the day. For those of you who hear ‘licensing’ and worry you might be caught falling asleep at the back, check out these comments from people who have attended Lousie’s sessions in the past few months:
“Excellent presenter, knew her stuff and delivered in a very impressive and interesting style which was remarkable given the dry subject”
“Enjoyed Louise’s approach to presenting – upbeat and keeps you engaged!”
Who knows, you could learn a hell of a lot and have some fun! We hope to see you there.
IT Pro Licensing Update
Thames Valley Park, Reading
28th March 2012, 9:30 – 17:00
– Application server licensing (Exchange, SharePoint, Lync, SQL) in both physical and virtual environments
– Licensing a virtualised desktop (RDS, VDI, App-V)
– Online Services licensing (Office 365)
– System Center
– Open surgery
Click Here to Register (Use Invite Key 67BA7A)