There is very little information written on the Microsoft SPLA program, leaving service providers vulnerable to compliance risk and increased costs. Service providers want to focus on developing solutions, as opposed to focusing on licensing. There is a gap in the way technology can be deployed, to the reality in which the technology has to be licensed.
The objective of this blog is to help educate; to be a resource for service providers. There is the licensing aspect of what you can and cannot do as it pertains to compliance, but more importantly I will provide technology guidance and best practices. I have managed the Microsoft SPLA program for seven years, I have not only the experience, but the skill set to help navigate the treacherous waters called Microsoft licensing.
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