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Free SPLA Licensing Consultation

11 Aug

The complexity of SPLA and CSP licensing is not getting easier. In fact, I would argue it's getting more challenging.  I am often asked about topics such as:

  • How does the CSP Qualified Multitenant Hosting work?
  • How do I know I am NOT being overcharged for my SPLA licenses?
  • How can I compete against AWS and Azure?
  • How does License Mobility work?
  • How about a second opinion?
  • How does an audit work?

If you are interested in the above "How's"  we are offering a free licensing consultation to get those questions answered. For a limited time, we will review  anything related to Microsoft SPLA licensing. We can sign an NDA if preferred.  It's for (1) 30 minute review and is valid only through 8/18/2017.

The catch?  I ask you to make a donation (large or small) to my buddy Brett.  If you think Microsoft licensing is hard – look at what this boy has gone through:

Brett was a healthy child until around May of 2014 (age 10) when he was diagnosed with a high grade brain tumor (anaplastic astrocytoma) shortly after experiencing many headaches, nausea and fatigue. Brett has endured 7 weeks of daily proton radiation, 5 brain surgeries on an ‘inoperable tumor’, 3 years of chemo, and multiple hospital stays and is now on immunotherapy. It has been a difficult journey, but Brett has always been hardworking and determined to get better.

The Make-A-Wish foundation told him he could meet any celebrity or go to any sport event he desires.  His choice?  He wanted to be a priest for just one day.   He got his wish.  I think this is a testament of his character, his family, and his desire to help others even though he is going through something no one (especially a child) should have to go through.

Let's solve the world's licensing problems while helping this boy out.  Email info@splalicensing.com and your donation and let's set up time to review.  Here's how to donate:  https://www.gofundme.com/team-brett-stay-strong 

Thanks for reading,

SPLA Man #IHATECANCER

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Posted by on August 11, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

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