The formula for September has some utility of its own, but it’s particularly powerful when you combine it with the August Formula of the Month, which showed you how to calculate the underlying license price in a new Enterprise Agreement.
Original Post: August 8, 2012 Formula of the Month for August, 2012 How do I determine the License cost portion versus the Software Assurance cost portion for products listed on my Enterprise Agreement Price Sheet? We’ll start off with two simple but powerful formulas that will show you something that a lot of people don’t
Formula of the Month for October, 2012 The formula for October, 2012 works off of the Microsoft price list, and it’s simply a calculation of what a product should cost if the Platform discount doesn’t change, vs. what happens when someone fiddles with the discount at renewal. To illustrate how it works, however, we’re going
The latest revision (August, 2012) to Microsoft’s Product Use Rights (PUR) document contains significant changes, particularly to Windows desktop OS rights. These changes could have an impact on a number of other vendor’s products, such as VMware and Citrix, as Microsoft eliminates certain types of installation rights. The most notable rights that were removed in