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Maximize the Value of Your Investments with Software Assurance

Did you know: You cannot go back later and add Software Assurance to your Microsoft licensing agreement without repurchasing all of your licensing? Software Assurance is a cost-effective Volume Licensing program that helps you take full advantage of your Microsoft software and services, including the Windows operating system, Microsoft Office, Exchange, Azure, System Center, SQL …

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Increasing Impact with Microsoft’s Nonprofit Solutions

Did you know: Microsoft is now offering Non-profit pricing for the CSP platform. Committed to helping nonprofits increase impact around the globe, Microsoft now offers special non-profit pricing. Microsoft grants Office 365 to qualified nonprofits as a donation or allows them to upgrade to advanced features at a significant discount. Equipping nonprofits with Microsoft’s collaborative …

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Microsoft 365 Education: A World Beyond the Classroom

Did you know: The Microsoft 365 Education suite is now available on the CSP platform. Not only does Microsoft 365 bring together the Windows 10, Office 365 and the Enterprise Mobility Suite for security and management, but it also includes Minecraft: Education Edition to students and teachers. Dedicated to empowering educators and students, Microsoft has …

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3 Important EA Renewal Considerations

If you have an Enterprise Agreement (EA) up for renewal in the next few months, there are new considerations to be made that are different from what organizations have faced in the past. Over the last three years not only has the Enterprise Agreement itself changed, the licensing landscape and shift to a Microsoft focus …

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Transforming IT Through SAM

by Jason MacKay and Erik Moll Organizations that implement best practices in SAM have can use it to help further revolutionary changes in IT. Software asset management (SAM) can help IT to complete a transformation from one focused strictly on cost-savings and return on investment into a position of being “value brokers,” says Erik Moll, …

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