Former Microsoft auditor tells one client story about joining Software Licensing Advisors and providing impartial and independent advice and recommendations that save companies money while keeping them license-compliant.
by Paul DeGroot Some people have been celebrating the fact that Windows 10 springs no major licensing “gotchas” on customers. I beg to differ. Software Licensing Advisors believes there is a huge “gotcha” and it will cost many business customers dearly—not only in payments to Microsoft but in potential legal exposure and operational costs. Taking Control
Microsoft customers with Enterprise Agreements (EAs) or Enrollments for Application Platform (EAPs) that are up for renewal at the end of March, 2015, still have two weeks left to take advantage of important SQL Server purchasing opportunities. These customers will have certain SQL Server licenses listed in their true-up tables.