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A procedure that allows Red Hat and SUSE Linux customers to apply subscription licenses acquired from these vendors to cover use of these OSs within Azure VM-based workloads.


In this webinar, Jim Gaynor cuts through the confusion of new and updated Microsoft server OS offerings.


In this webinar, Jim Gaynor cuts through the confusion of new and updated Microsoft server OS offerings.


A new Windows 11 edition, Windows SE, is available only preinstalled on devices for the primary education market, such as the Surface Laptop SE.


Support is changing for OneDrive on versions of the Windows OS nearing the end of support.


Update research digest for April 2022.


Azure SQL Managed Instance continues to receive new capabilities that make it more like SQL Server on-premises, providing a destination for migration


The SharePoint Framework can be used to customize SharePoint, Teams, and Viva Connections, but incompatible versions could limit some customizations.


Dynamics 365 Operations expands capacity-based licensing options for electronically sharing data to help reduce licensing cost, but the options have strict limits.


In this Webinar, Directions on Microsoft Lead Analyst, Wes Miller, and Nicole Palko of VMware discusses the impact of 2019 licensing changes on customers running Microsoft workloads on cloud-hosted VMware.