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Below you'll find selected samples of Directions on Microsoft licensing guides, research reports, and webinars. See for yourself how our research and analysis helps you cut through the marketing hype that surrounds Microsoft so you can focus your attention on information that really matters.

Sample Licensing Guides

What's in the Enterprise Cloud Suite
September 7, 2015

The Enterprise Cloud Suite addresses collaboration and management by bundling User Subscription Licenses for the Windows client OS, the Office suite, and online services

Configuration Changes Pose Licensing Risks
November 3, 2014

Seemingly inconsequential configuration changes and other administrator acts can potentially result in considerable unbudgeted licensing costs in the event of a software audit

Downgrades Are Key to Microsoft License Compliance
June 9, 2014

Understanding licensing rules related to versions, editions, and downgrade rights can deliver a substantial reduction in licensing costs and compliance risk

Windows 8.1 Enterprise Licensing Implications
September 23, 2013

Licensing rules and technical features between editions of Windows 8.1 and Windows 8 are similar, but Windows 8 customers will need to move to Windows 8.1 by early 2016 to retain support

Windows Server 2012 R2 Pricing and Licensing
August 19, 2013

Prices increase for Windows Server 2012 R2 Datacenter edition and for Remote Desktop Services CALs, which also receive a new Software Assurance benefit, while other aspects of licensing remain unchanged

Licensing SQL Server for Development and Test
June 24, 2013

SQL Server use for development and test is generally licensed per-user, although volume licensing, cloud services, and free editions may suffice in certain situations

Server-Side Licensing Changes for SharePoint 2013
May 27, 2013

SharePoint 2013 consolidates multiple server-side licenses into one, raises the base server license price, and modifies license reassignment rules for virtualization

Licensing Internet Sites Built on SharePoint 2013
April 8, 2013

Changes to SharePoint Server licensing rules make it much less expensive for customers already licensed for SharePoint 2013 internally to leverage the technology for Internet-facing sites

Project 2013 Packaging, Pricing, and Licensing
February 25, 2013

Project costs more than before due to increased fees for Project 2013- and Project Server 2013-related licenses, changes to licensing rules, and rising costs for prerequisite products

Visio Customers Impacted by 2013 Release
February 11, 2013

Visio 2013 licenses cost more than Visio 2010, and the Premium edition has been discontinued

Sample Research Reports

Power BI Roadmap 2015
February 23, 2015

Significant changes to Power BI in 2015 remove SharePoint Online and Excel dependencies, while introducing new report design tools and a revamped self-service portal

Integrating SharePoint Online and On-Premises
September 15, 2014

Organizations can combine SharePoint Online and SharePoint Server on-premises to get some of the benefits of Microsoft cloud hosting while keeping key sites in-house

Suite Bundles Identity and Device Management
April 21, 2014

A new licensing bundle provides a cheaper alternative for organizations that would like to manage users, data, and devices from an online service

Managing Windows XP After Extended Support Ends
January 27, 2014

As Extended support for Windows XP ends in Apr. 2014, businesses should have a clear risk-mitigation strategy in place for any systems still running the unsupported OS

Internet Explorer Roadmap Update
September 9, 2013

IE11, available for Windows 7 and 8.1, improves performance, compatibility, touch functionality, and developer tools, but substantial changes require testing of existing sites

New Xbox Could Bring More Application Opportunities
May 27, 2013

Xbox One, the next generation Xbox console, was announced in May 2013

Launches, PC Sales Weigh on First Quarter
October 29, 2012

Launch promotions and slow PC sales reduced Windows and Office revenue and produced an 8% year-over-year decline in Microsoft revenue for the quarter ended Sept. 30, 2012

Write-down Triggers Quarterly Loss
July 23, 2012

A write-down in Microsoft's online advertising business brought an unusual quarterly loss, but long-term commitments to business applications and server software might shore up results in future quarters

Xbox Goes Further Beyond the Console
June 25, 2012

New features, content services, and game titles were announced for Xbox 360 at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in June 2012

PC Sales, Servers Expand Revenue
April 23, 2012

Strong business PC sales and continued expansion in servers boosted Microsoft's revenue and operating income in the third quarter of its 2012 fiscal year, although net income declined

Sample Webinars

MSDN Licensing Best Practices

March 26, 2015
This Webinar discusses best practices for taking advantage of MSDN subscriptions while minimizing the risk of non-compliance.

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