Challenge yourself

You have been looking at the cloud for a while but now has the time come to really start using the services. You probably already using some SaaS applications within the business or the users do at least…

So how can you identify what services already being used within the organization and how can you take control of them but the most important things? How could you offer them the same, equal or new services?

Because let’s face it – they probably use it because it helps them in their day to day work and not try mess with you!Read More »

Microsoft Products and Services Agreement – a contractual model that fits all

Microsoft has announced that it will raise its entry threshold for Enterprise Agreement Contracts to 500 desktops from 1 July 2016. Reason enough for us to take a closer look at the Microsoft Products and Service Agreement (MPSA) as an alternative for companies with between 250 and 499 desktops.

As reported earlier, companies ranging below the newly defined threshold of 500 desktops can only conclude an Enterprise Agreement Contract until 30 June 2016. But in the Microsoft Products and Services Agreement, Microsoft already offers its customers an alternative that we would now like to present to you in a little more detail. The MPSA License Program has been around since 2014, and is used to standardize license procurement for online services and software deployed in a local environment. In doing so, it brings together a variety of procurement strategies within one volume licensing program to replace a large number of individual contracts.Read More »