Microsoft is changing the way it will sell Azure services to small and midsize businesses (SMBs) starting in March. Microsoft will be advising customers to use its Microsoft Customer Agreement (MCA) to buy directly from the company its Azure services and certain third-party products in the Azure Marketplace. a January 10 note on its licensing page. (I saw the note thanks to a January 15 blog post from Redmond Magazine.) Server and Cloud Enrollment (SCE), Microsoft officials said. (As of July 2018, Microsoft discontinued allowing customers to buy Azure through the https://www.zdnet.com/article/microsoft-goes-public-with-more-info-on-its-volume-licensing-overhaul/) Featured stories Windows 7 versus Windows 10: Here comes the final showdown A Best Buy salesman told me the best Windows laptop is a MacBook Is Apple paving the way for a new budget mini iPhone? Office 365 vs G Suite: Which productivity suite is best for your business? Via the new MCA, customers will get … [Read more...] about Microsoft to start selling more Azure services directly starting in March
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Read also Google Docs, Slides new look revealed Admins gain more insight into employees' G Suite use Microsoft working on G Suite to Office 365 migration toolset Update warns when someone is exporting your company's data Google opens document editing to users without Google accounts How to backup Gmail: The ultimate guide Office 365 for business: Everything you need to know TechRepublic: Getting the most out of G Suite apps Both Microsoft and Google would like to be your one-stop shop for business productivity software. Their respective subscription offerings, Office 365 and G Suite, tick all the top-level boxes on your company's communications and productivity checklist. Each suite includes the following features: Business email and shared calendaring services attached to custom domainsOnline storage, with shared space for collaboration and a large allotment of personal storage space for each user accountProductivity apps for creating and collaborating on … [Read more...] about Office 365 vs G Suite: Which productivity suite is best for your business?
Microsoft may have just made Office 365 a more attractive option than it was previously thanks to Office 2019's higher prices. Microsoft Yes, Microsoft is doubling down on business applications Microsoft heads toward Windows 10 'Redstone 4' completion with test Build 17110 Microsoft continues to call for new laws as justices hear its data-privacy arguments Microsoft's steady retreat from consumer products is nearly complete Microsoft rolled out its on-premise Office 2019 suite for Windows and Mac in September. But rather than highlight major new features included in a perpetual license for Office 2019, the company stressed it was inferior to Office 365 ProPlus, which in its view is "the most productive and most secure" with the "lowest total cost of ownership for deployment and management". Office 2019, it said, was for customers who in 2018 "aren't ready for the cloud". The software merely contained a subset of features available in the subscription-based alternative. … [Read more...] about Microsoft’s Office 2019 price hike: Will it push you to Office 365?
In July, I wrote what I was hearing about Microsoft's new plan for managing corporate Windows 10 devices for a monthly fee. Today, September 17, Microsoft officially took the wraps off this service, which is branded "Microsoft Managed Desktop" (MMD).Via MMD, Microsoft will provide business users with the option of having Microsoft manage their Windows 10 PCs. This means Microsoft will provide users with pre-configured Windows 10 PC hardware; ongoing Windows 10 feature updates, as well as security updates and other fixes; and overall management of those devices for a single, per-user monthly subscription fee. (The cost of this service will vary by user, based on size of the customer, type of device, etc.) Those who buy MMD will get Microsoft 365 Enterprise -- the combination of Windows 10 Enterprise, Office 365 and Enterprise Mobility + Security -- that is ready to run on Windows 10 devices which meet Microsoft's MMD specification and runtime quality bar. At first, qualifying devices … [Read more...] about Microsoft Managed Desktop plan turns Windows 10 device management over to Microsoft
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