Microsoft listens to user views

Microsoft is meeting user groups to discuss calls to delay the introduction of controversial changes to its licensing regime.

Microsoft is meeting user groups to discuss calls to delay the introduction of controversial changes to its licensing regime.

Businesses had called for more time to consider the new licensing options, with less than three weeks to go before discount upgrade schemes will be scrapped.

Professional bodies and user groups had written to Neil Holloway, Microsoft's UK chief, asking for the changes to be deferred by seven months.

Microsoft has acknowledged customers' calls for more time and information and Holloway has offered to meet the interest groups.

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