Worried about the impact of Microsoft’s New Commerce Experience (NCE) on your Microsoft Licence procurement? Don’t worry, we’ve got everything you need to know about NCE in one quick overview. What’s changing? In August last year, the Microsoft...
Anyone looking for Microsoft licences will likely have come across the Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) model. But if you’re wondering, “What is Microsoft CSP?” then never fear — you’ll know by the end of this article. So without further ado,...
Working with Microsoft Partners help save you time, money, services, products, continuous customer support, expertise and access to smarter tools and programs. What does a Microsoft Partner do, and why are they better than going straight to Microsoft? Finding the...
SAP licensing is complex. Licence management, contractual obligations, complicated metrics, and industry-specific systems combine to make SAP licence optimisation a very necessary art. And as high-profile examples such as the SAP vs Diageo case show, misunderstandings...
As tech leaders prove the value of digital innovation, businesses are taking on new software at a rapid pace. One side effect is the growth of software licence management challenges. With multiple vendors, complex agreements, and changing usage to master, it takes an...
As a general rule, SAP licensing is based on two components: packages and named users. The SAP Business Objects licensing model is quite straightforward. There’s no longer a need to consider CPUs or cores. And if you only use SAP BusinessObjects as display-only BI,...
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