Educational White Paper from Miro Consulting Now Available: Microsoft Enterprise Agreement Licensing Change Will Impact Budgeting

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Educational white paper offers tips for upcoming licensing changes effecting Microsoft customers

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Miro Consulting’s latest white paper, Microsoft Enterprise Agreement Licensing Change Will Impact Budgeting, is now available to help IT Executives better prepare for upcoming changes to the Microsoft licensing requirements. Historically, the Microsoft Enterprise Agreement was defined at a 250-seat minimum, but as of July 1 2016, Microsoft will raise its Enterprise Agreement (EA) commitment for customers from 250 users or devices to 500 users or devices. If your organization falls into this 250 to 499 seat category, this educational white paper will help you navigate this licensing change.

The white paper outlines tips organizations facing an audit including:

  •     An overview of the upcoming licensing changes as of July 1
  •     EA versus MPSA
  •     Software Assurance
  •     Advice for organizations, should they need to make a change

“The upcoming change to the Microsoft licensing terms present both a problem and an opportunity for those organizations that fall under 500 users or devices and may require some planning, which needs to start now,” said Tim Hegedus, Senior Managing Analyst, Miro Consulting. “This comprehensive overview breaks down what the licensing change means and how organizations should look at the options available to them to ease the transition with Microsoft.”

To request this white paper please click here.

Additionally, Tim Hegedus will be hosting a Webinar on this topic on March 22nd at 1:00 PM ET. To register for this webinar please click here. A playback of this webinar can also be requested by emailing us at webinar(at)miroconsulting(dot)com.

About Miro Consulting
Miro Consulting specializes in Adobe, IBM, Microsoft, and Oracle audit defense, contract negotiation and license optimization and management. The depth and breadth of Miro’s enterprise software licensing experience has served its clients through vendor audits, migrations, procurement and contract negotiations as well as generate unprecedented value from existing software obligations. Since 2000, Miro has helped hundreds of organizations optimize their total cost of ownership by saving companies millions of dollars.
 
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