If you have ever been involved in any aspect of enterprise licensing for your company, you may have faced the uncomfortable reality of the Microsoft Audit. Not only can the Microsoft Audit process seem extremely invasive, it also requires a huge amount of your resources’ time and energy. The fact of the matter is, Microsoft
Licensing Microsoft software for contractors and Non Employees is confusing. Mike Austin from Method 180 explains how Microsoft licensing works in these situations. This is a very detailed session which digs into these complex licensing scenarios.
Our Sean McIntosh was recently interviewed as he is a presenter at the upcoming Compliance Manager Summit where he will discuss how to challenge your audit findings. Out of every $1 million in noncompliance found in a Microsoft audit, about 50 percent will be wrong, says Sean McIntosh of Method 180, a consulting firm specializing
Method 180's Mike Austin reflects back on the Fiscal Year that was and shares his insights into what he observed and learned about Microsoft. He will share the top 10 "things" he learned this last year. A must watch for anyone involved in software licensing or software asset management.
On July 1st 2016 Microsoft announced a new licensing program called Enterprise Advantage and Richard Smith who is the General Manager, Microsoft Worldwide Licensing & Pricing had this to say: “In 2017, we will introduce Enterprise Advantage as a new way for commercial customers to buy organization-wide on the Microsoft Products and Services Agreement