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Microsoft | January 21, 2015 by Matt Zito
How many devices do you or each of your coworkers own or use on a daily basis? Whether for business purposes or pleasure, it is safe to say that we have well surpassed Bill Gate’s vision of a personal computer being in every home. As devices became more affordable and we became more dependent on technology, […]
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Microsoft | October 30, 2014 by Matt Zito
Back in early 2012, we saw the majority of our clients transition their SQL environment off of their Enterprise Agreement and onto the now retired, Enrollment for Application Platform (EAP). The EAP offered substantial discounting for new purchases of both SQL Standard and Enterprise, with the requirement that your entire SQL footprint would be licensed with active […]
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Microsoft | July 10, 2014 by Matt Zito
With Microsoft’s 2014 fiscal year now behind us, it should come as no surprise that Office 365 was their main focus in 2014. Even the release of SQL 2014 and the new licensing implications were shadowed by driving adoption of Office 365. In years past, Microsoft focused its discounts on early commitments and renewals, but in 2014 […]
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Microsoft | June 11, 2014 by Matt Zito
Over the past few years, Office 365 has been the topic of conversation with many of our clients. “Our organization is very unique and cannot run any cloud based apps ”, “We’re not ready to move to the cloud,” “We’re licensed for Office 365, but won’t be deploying anytime soon” are just some of the common responses […]
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Microsoft | April 9, 2014 by Matt Zito
Four years since the release of the first iPad, and after months of speculation, Microsoft finally announced the release of Office 365 for iPad. Until now, many organizations have been wondering how to use Office features on the iPad, and more importantly how to add the licenses to your current or future agreement. And that’s […]
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Microsoft | August 4, 2011 by Matt Zito
It has now been nearly two years since Microsoft announced the launch of Windows 7. Since the release, Windows 7 quickly became the fastest selling and strongest start to an Operating System in history with more than 7 copies sold per second and outpacing the sales of Windows XP 3 to 1. This is a […]
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Microsoft | January 26, 2011 by Matt Zito
There is no better way to start off the new year than by saving! I wanted to share with everyone a few of Microsoft’s current promotions so you can reinvest the savings in other areas of your organization. We’ll continue to post Microsoft incentives on a monthly basis keeping you and your budget top of […]
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Microsoft | December 7, 2010 by Matt Zito
Time is running out to take advantage of a few Microsoft promotions that are running through the end of the month. With the new fiscal year approaching, many organizations have to use the balance of their IT spend before the end of the year. Might as well save while you spend! Here are a few […]
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Microsoft | December 2, 2010 by Matt Zito
As it’s been discussed on many occasions, Office 365 will be accompanied by changes to the Enterprise Agreement. These changes will give you the ability to have both cloud and on-premise based deployments incorporated into one unified licensing agreement and strategy. Even if you’re not ready to migrate to Office 365, it’s better to be […]
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Microsoft | November 12, 2010 by Matt Zito
Microsoft recently released a cumulative update for SharePoint Server which has caused issues for many of those who tried to update their systems. The below information was posted by Microsoft and walks you through the process to avoid a potentially incomplete update. Packages Impacted: The Cumulative Update packages affected are the Server Packages for SharePoint Foundation, […]