2013’s Top Five Microsoft Volume Licensing Blog Posts

Hungry for more information from Microsoft on Software Assurance, licensing for virtual environments, Software Asset Management, or Volume Licensing updates? We’ve rounded up 2013’s five most viewed Microsoft Volume Licensing blog posts, which cover these topics and more. Be sure to follow us on Twitter @Msft_VL  for daily updates and subscribe to our official blog…

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Microsoft Volume Licensing Mail Bag: Three Questions on Virtual Desktop Access (VDA) Licensing

A Microsoft Volume Licensing Expert Answers your Burning Questions on Using Microsoft Virtual Desktop Access (VDA) Licenses. Thanks to a large response we received to the VDI licensing mail bag, Louise Ulrick, a UK-based licensing consultant and trainer, is following up on that post with a focus on VDA licensing—another useful way Microsoft customers can…

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Top Five Microsoft Volume Licensing (@Msft_VL) Tweets – January to March 2013

Are you looking for information on licensing for virtual desktop infrastructure or the cloud, Microsoft License Advisors, or reference guides for Microsoft volume licensing programs? Check out the five most buzzworthy tweets from January to March 2013 from our Twitter handle, @Msft_VL. Each of the tweets (embedded below) reached the highest number of total Twitter…

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Top Five Microsoft Volume Licensing Blog Posts – January to March 2013

Looking for more information from Microsoft on licensing for the Consumerization of IT,  Microsoft’s Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), or are you an IT or procurement professional looking to get Microsoft training? We’ve rounded up our five most viewed Microsoft Volume Licensing blog posts published January to March 2013, which cover the following topics: 1. Microsoft Volume…

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Microsoft Volume Licensing Mail Bag: Three Questions on Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Licensing

A Microsoft Volume Licensing Expert Answers your Burning Questions on Licensing the Microsoft Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). Microsoft VDI offers the ability to rapidly and securely deploy desktops from a data center to users. IT support teams can manage desktops centrally, and VDI can help improve security by centralizing users’ data. VDI also gives end…

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Delivery of Desktop-like Functionality through Outsourcer Arrangements and Service Provider License Agreements

Posted by: Joe Matz, Corporate Vice President, Worldwide Licensing and Pricing, Microsoft Recently we have been asked whether and how Microsoft partners and outsourcers can use Windows 7 Clients on hosted server platforms to deliver desktops as a service while remaining consistent with their licenses.  Microsoft’s licensing allows the following: Customers that want to work…

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