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How to move from Enterprise for Application Platform to Server Cloud Enrolment

EAP to SCE: How to move from Enrollment for Application Platform to Server and Cloud Enrollment

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 Software Assurance. As we head … [Read More...]

5 ways to become an Office 365 champion

5 ways to become an Office 365 champion

Over the past few weeks, we’ve unveiled some of the keys to a successful implementation of Microsoft Office 365. To help digest this mountain of tips, we’ve boiled them all down into 5 … [Read More...]

A 12-week plan for launching Office 365

A 12-week plan for launching Microsoft Office 365

Picture this: your company has dozens of locations, spread across thousands of miles. You’ve just acquired a few new organizations, each having its own unique communications solutions. You’ve grown, … [Read More...]

Forget about Office 365 features. Focus on this instead.

Forget about Office 365 features. Focus on this instead.

Microsoft Office 365 comes with a long list of new and re-imagined apps, all delivered from the cloud to the desktop and mobile device. Naturally enough, these features are the first thing any IT … [Read More...]

Why ‘on time, on budget’ Office 365 projects still fail

Why ‘on time, on budget’ Office 365 projects still fail

Months of meticulous planning. Hundreds of hours of hands-on migration and careful configuration. Then finally, one day, it comes: Office 365 launch day. All systems are go without a hitch. Don’t … [Read More...]

Microsoft has recently introduced their next generation volume licensing agreement, the Microsoft Products and Services Agreement (MPSA

MPSA: Microsoft’s new licensing vehicle (and what it means for you)

Many organizations have been taking advantage of the Select Plus Agreement over the past few years for ad-hoc purchases that don't require a standardization across one of Microsoft’s three Enterprise … [Read More...]