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Press Release

Miro Consulting Webinar: Microsoft Licensing – All Your Questions Answered by the Experts

>PRWEB.COM Newswire

Woodbridge, NJ (PRWEB) July 08, 2013

Is Microsoft licensing confusing you? Do you have questions about which plan is best for your organization? For 30 minutes, Microsoft licensing expert Tim Hegedus of Miro Consulting will answer your specific questions on Microsoft licensing.

Questions will range from managing compliance and reducing risks to tips on negotiating the best vendor contract. Prior topics covered in the last Miro Microsoft event included:

  •     Negotiating and re-negotiating with Microsoft
  •     Recent licensing changes and their effects on SLAs
  •     Understanding volume licensing programs
  •     Virtualization and licensing
  •     How cloud computing will change the licensing landscape
  •     Switching to Office 365
  •     Software Assurance and what it means for you
  •     SQL Server licensing

July 16th @ 1:00 PM ET
Register here: http://bit.ly/XOXPPd.

Speaker: Tim Hegedus, Senior Analyst, Miro Consulting, Inc.

Miro Consulting is an IT asset management consultancy focused on lowering the total cost of ownership through hardware and software optimization. Miro specializes in Oracle and Microsoft licensing management & Oracle hardware assets. Services include, but are not limited to, Microsoft and Oracle license assessments; contract negotiations; technology evaluations; hardware management programs; and virtualization consulting. Since 2000, Miro has helped 500+ clients optimize their total cost of ownership and has overseen over $1 billion in Oracle and Microsoft transactions.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/7/prweb10874635.htm

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