Microsoft announces support policy change to Office Pro Plus and the versions that can connect to Office365 Services. You can read up on this announcement here: https://redmondmag.com/articles/2017/04/20/office-365-proplus-policy-changes.aspx Wow is all I can say. Microsoft is really deciding to alienate any customer who decides that they do not want to follow their Office365 train. The gist
Office 365 is one of the first things our clients mention when they talk to us. Its one of the top concerns or challenges that they have and one of the common things that we hear from them is that they are tired of purchasing software or services that they never use. In the world
The number five thing that I learned from Microsoft in 2015 is that they're still selling the Enterprise Agreement, not value. I always say you can't make these things up, but we recently were working with a client. They're not in an Enterprise Agreement. They just buy through the Select or the MPSA program, but
The number 4 thing we learned from Microsoft in 2015 is that, in general, Microsoft as a group is not prepared. What do I mean by this? If you've watched Video 1, Video 2, and Video 3, you'll realize that we've talked a lot about preparing for your negotiations with Microsoft, going at it from
The number three thing that I learned from Microsoft in 2015 is, it's all about Microsoft. They really don't care about you. I know that sounds harsh, but it truly is. Over the last few years, Microsoft has made a number of changes. Again, this is public, you can read this stuff over the internet.