Microsoft Desktop Proposition–Crunching the numbers


Bryan Von Axelson 2010

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I was recently at the San Diego VAR Summit, while we talked about a lot of the Microsoft Solutions, I was posed a question by a partner that started me thinking about delivering the Microsoft Desktop, so here is what I came up with:

  • Windows 7 Enterprise Edition
  • AV/AS Multi-Scanning Engine Solution
  • Office 2010 Professional Plus – Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Lync, One Note, Publisher, Access, Infopath, and SharePoint Workspace
  • Exchange Server based e-mail with 25gb mailbox, with advanced archiving capabilities
  • SharePoint Collaboration and Document Co-Authoring
  • Instant Messaging with Presence
  • PC to PC audio and video calling
  • Online Web Conferencing with PC-audio, video conferencing, and screen sharing
  • Remote Monitoring
  • Remote Assistance
  • Software Deployment and 3rd party patching capabilities
  • Windows V-Next version upgrade rights
  • Office V-Next version upgrade rights

ALL of this is available for $35.00 per user-desktop per month, which is only $420.00 a year.

HOW do you ask is this possible ? – Simple – Office 365 E3 ($24) & Windows Intune ($11) and having your customers take advantage of the Big Easy 7, you can get a check for 15% of the “Yearly” subscription for your services.

For more information – Check out Microsoft Cloud Partner, or check out QuickStart

We have also just launch a Partner Intune Hub –


Office 365  


Big Easy 7

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