Visual Studio licensing Visual Studio subscriptions are licensed Per User with each licensed user able to use: “any number of copies of the software and
“Frontline” Microsoft 365 licenses Microsoft has introduced 3 new “frontline” Microsoft 365 SKUs: Microsoft 365 F5 Security ($8 per user per month) Microsoft 365 F5
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Microsoft admit the robots are coming! The Microsoft Product Terms for April 2020 contained a little gem of information that, despite the lack of associated
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Microsoft have made a new move in the Battle of the Clouds, with licensing changes that restrict competing clouds – whilst simultaneously making things more
I met with Patama Chantaruck back in 2017, former global Microsoft SAM lead, who was honest enough to admit that Microsoft had confused their customers
The Campaign for Clear Licensing (CCL) has today published a white paper that suggests that Microsoft stunts its own growth through licensing complexity. The paper
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