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When it comes to your role as an IT leader, one of the biggest things you need to be prepared for is your business’s transition to Windows Server 2012 from Windows Server 2003. Does your organization have a highly virtualized environment? If so, to better understand the difference between Server 2012 licensing options, read Stacy Cote’s latest article to get three basic guides to plan the right licensing solutions for your data center.
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Have you made a plan for Microsoft Windows 2003 Server end of support? Sure, July sounds warm, distant, and far away at the moment; but if you don’t plan for the future, it will happen anyway—with or without your servers being up to date. Read Melissa Rivas’ latest article to start your migration planning today and ensure your company is ready to move forward with helpful reminders when the time comes.
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Under the right circumstances an enterprise agreement can save you as much as 45%. But is a Microsoft EA right for your organization? Read Lane Shelton’s latest article to learn about a quick, 15 minute assessment which can help you determine if an EA is indeed the right licensing option for your company.
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Enterprise Agreement (EA) licensing has become a common term in today’s business world. They present a significant opportunity for productivity benefits and cost savings, but how often do you sit down to examine your EA options? Read Jack Dillman’s latest article for 5 tips to consider when you’re getting ready to re-sign your contract.
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Enterprise IT leaders migrating to Windows Server 2012 are faced with licensing options. Standard or Datacenter, what’s the best fit for your organization? Read Patrick Renzi’s latest article to learn what really sets the two licensing options apart.
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Are you interested in volume software licensing? Would a Microsoft Enterprise Agreement (EA) be the right fit for your organization? Read Jack Dillman’s latest article to learn about the benefits of EAs, including unparalleled flexibility, improved cost savings, and greater manageability.
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How do you ensure your users have the tools they need (on the devices they need them on) without multiplying your licensing costs? Read Jared Bisbano’s latest article to learn about the evolution of Microsoft’s Enterprise Agreement and how it could impact your organization.
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Here’s a safe prediction for 2015: by the end of summer you will have finally said goodbye to that reliable workhorse of your IT infrastructure, Windows Server 2003. If you haven’t yet begun your migration to Windows Server 2012 R2, you need to start planning for it now. Read Dave Olivier’s latest article to learn how the consequences of not doing the proper planning could be painful.
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It’s never too soon to start developing a licensing strategy for Windows Server 2012 that will work for your enterprise, especially if you need to get more familiar with the licensing impacts of issues such as the 90-day transfer restriction. Three to six months ahead of your next major licensing event should give you a good head start. Read Patrick Renzi’s latest article for a deep dive into Windows Server 2012 licensing and the importance of proper planning.
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Experienced IT professionals know that the key to any successful large-scale project is planning—and migrating from Microsoft Server 2003 to Server 2012 is no different. Read Jonathan Clark’s latest article to learn more about the crucial first step within the planning process, to ensure your migration goes smoothly.
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Windows Server 2012 R2 gives users a lot of freedom in their work environments—the product answers the need for a good deal of flexibility, while realizing that simply connecting to a private cloud isn’t enough. Combining Windows Server 2012 and the cloud means optimizing for success. Read Stacy Cote’s latest article for the top three reasons why these two are such a happy pair.
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Are you in the planning stage of your company’s Microsoft Windows Server 2003 migration? Want more information on your options? Read Patrick Renzi’s latest article for a deep dive into Windows Server 2012 licensing, including impact to legacy software and more.
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