So You Signed Your Enterprise Agreement…Now What?

Leveraging Software Assurance and Other Microsoft Licensing Benefits to Improve your IT Environment Transitions are at the core of many IT organizations considerations as they evaluate technology deployments and determine their future technology mix. A central tenant of the Enterprise Agreement (EA) is to offer the flexibility needed to accommodate a range of deployment choices,…

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Microsoft Volume Licensing 2011 Year in Review

Since launching the Microsoft Volume Licensing blog in May, we have enjoyed sharing our news and highlights with our readers and are looking forward to more great things to come in 2012. It’s been a busy year for the Microsoft Volume Licensing team and we wanted to take a moment to reflect on some of…

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New MAP Toolkit 6.5 Simplifies Cloud Migration More Than Ever

Earlier this year, we shared how the Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit 6.0 can simplify cloud migration planning. Now the Microsoft Solution Accelerators team has made the MAP Toolkit 6.5 available for download. The new capabilities in the MAP Toolkit 6.5 will help organizations make the journey to the cloud smoother than ever. Find all…

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Making the Most of Software Assurance Benefits: Cloud Support

This is article two of four in a series of blog posts describing the many benefits of Software Assurance Following on our first of four articles about Software Assurance (SA), which describes how SA can help customers move to Office 365, we’d like to highlight some additional SA benefits that may be of interest to…

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Partners and Customers Benefiting from New SAM Services

Back in September we shared details about “What’s New with Microsoft Software Asset Management Services” and yesterday we saw an article post on Microsoft Partner Network (MPN) by Jon Roskill, CVP, Worldwide Partner Group which we thought would be of further interest. Within the article MPN includes a VIDEO which touches on how a customer benefited from…

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Microsoft’s Enterprise Agreement is Cloud Ready

Posted by Jason KapGeneral Manager, Worldwide Licensing and Pricing, Microsoft Now that we’re well into 2011 and kicking off Microsoft’s new 2012 fiscal year with the Worldwide Partner Conference, we continue to hear that for many companies, this is the year they’ve resolved to move some or all of their applications to the cloud. As…

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