If it feels like your Office 365 (O365) cloud spend has gotten out of hand, you’re not alone.
Microsoft announced upcoming changes to its licensing terms for dedicated environments within four public cloud providers: Microsoft, Alibaba, Amazon (including VMware Cloud on AWS), and Google.
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Some 95 percent of IT professionals have taken to the cloud, according to a recent survey. And if you’re one of them, you might want to check your licensing – you could be breaking your [...]
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Microsoft will launch its new Enterprise Cloud Suite (ECS) offering on Dec. 1, 2014, the latest step in its broader shift in licensing models to a "mobile first, cloud first" strategy. ECS will [...]
Microsoft Office 365 (O365) has seen its fair share of changes, both in features and functionality and in price point. Most notably, in May 2012 and then again in September 2013, Microsoft [...]
Microsoft has attempted to simplify the licensing of Office 365, but the rules can still be confusing, especially when migrating from a perpetual-based licensing model to a subscription. To clear [...]