Microsoft licensing - judgement day looms

If your business has yet to respond to Microsoft's software licensing changes, take note: introductory offers finish at the end...

If your business has yet to respond to Microsoft's software licensing changes, take note: introductory offers finish at the end of the month. Get up to date on the issues to be aware of and make an informed decision on the back of our straightforward guide to the choices available to licencees.

Microsoft spurns users over licence changes
Microsoft has refused to move the deadline for its licensing changes despite mounting pressure from user groups.
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Microsoft: IT chiefs are not ready
Almost half of IT managers are not ready for the changes in Microsoft's licensing regime that come into force next month, according to the Computer Weekly/Harvey Nash Big Question poll.
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Microsoft listens to users' worries
Microsoft's UK managing director Neil Holloway will consult the software giant's Redmond headquarters on user demands following a top-level meeting with IT directors to discuss the company's new licensing arrangements.
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Time, gentlemen, please
Microsoft's customers now have less than two weeks to decide whether to take advantage of its most popular discount upgrade schemes before they disappear in a fundamental shake-up of Microsoft's entire licensing regime.
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Which path to take?
Users wondering about how to respond to Microsoft's licensing changes still have a wide range of options, although many will disappear on 1 October. The choices available, and their merit, depend on the current situation of the user.
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Looking back: Users prepare to confront Microsoft
How did we end up in this situation? CW360 rounds up the information to quickly bring you up to speed with the software licensing debate.
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