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What You Need to Know About Microsoft License Renewals  

Microsoft’s transformation from a perpetual licensing organization to a subscription-first product led to explosive growth and popularity amongst organizations of all sizes. While the products have improved, Microsoft’s buying programs traditionally lagged behind.   Fast forward to today, and programs such as the Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) allow for a modernized and customer-friendly buying experience compared

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Microsoft Endpoint Management and Security – The Latest Announcements and What They Mean to Your Organization

Microsoft continues to build and invest in endpoint management and security products. As more and more organizations adopt products like MEM (Intune), Autopilot, and Azure AD Premium with great success, it’s clear they are building a powerful, industry-leading platform.  As the adoption has ramped up, Microsoft’s ability to gather customer feedback and implement features in

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How CloudServus Migrated 10 Texas Research International (TRI) Subsidiaries Into 2 Office 365 Tenants

With 10 different subsidiaries running on legacy technology, Texas Research International (TRI) knew it needed to improve its systems. Not only was the company facing potential compliance issues, but it was also struggling to share information across branches, countries, and continents. TRI’s wide range of subsidiaries meant it needed plenty of flexibility, but it couldn’t

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How CloudServus Helped Hayes Locums Upgrade Their Microsoft Licensing and Go 100% Cloud-Based

The team at Hayes Locums knew they wanted to migrate from on-premise to cloud computing for improved flexibility. The problem was that they needed to transition their Microsoft licensing, and they weren’t happy with their current vendor. As a medical staffing company, security is essential to Hayes Locums, while slow support could cause real issues

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New Commerce Experience (NCE) Announcement – What It Means For You as a Microsoft Licensing Customer

Microsoft is taking the next step in modernizing their customers’ Microsoft licensing procurement journey with their announcement of adding seat-based products to the New Commerce Experience (NCE).

Previously called Modern Commerce, New Commerce Experience (NCE) is now the most modernized buying vehicle for Microsoft licensing customers.

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