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The Cloud Insider Times – Hosted Email Edition

We read article after article, use rights after use rights, to provide you the best and accurate information.  The Cloud Insider News takes articles written by you and others to tell your story and help educate the community.  In this edition, we take a look at Hosted Email.  Have a hot topic? Email info@splalicensing.com

Intermedia.Net New Intermedia Email Protection platform delivers multi-layer security

Vaultastic– I am already using Office 365 on the cloud, do I still need a separate email archiving solution?

Wired – Google Just Made Email a Heckuva Lot Easier to Deal With

CRN.Com – RapidScale Acquires Vonage’s Hosted Infra Business For Expanded Desktop-As-A-Service Portfolio

1 &1  – Phishing & Spam – how to identify fake customer communication via e-mail

military-technologies.net – ISPs or MSPs providing email services based on MailEnable, Zimbra and cPanel can now also sell Email Archiving services based on Vaultastic

MSPMentor.Net/SherwebWhy Time is Running Out on Hosted Exchange

Zimbra.Org-  Pluggins that extend the collaboration suite

Microsoft – How the City of Golden simplifies email management with the cloud

gcn.com – Is on-premises being killed by the cloud? Not necessarily.

Forbes The 10 Email Commandments You’re Breaking Every Day

Abovethelaw.com Do This Before You Send An Angry, Emotional Email That You’ll Regret

Thanks for reading,

SPLA Man

 
 

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Top 5 Questions…Answered

Where can I get my license keys for CRM?  My Microsoft contact can’t seem to find the answer and my reseller doesn’t know either.  Any ideas?

For CRM and D365 you can download them directly from the VLSC website.  All other Dynamics products need to go through the License Key Creator Tool.

If I am a CSP Tier 1/direct provider, can I sell CSP to another CSP Tier 1 provider? 

Yes. There are no limitations as to who you can sell to.  Good luck!

Is CSP replacing SPLA?

Not entirely.  I am not Microsoft but I can see the similarities.  In the end, they are both Microsoft programs, how they consume it doesn’t really matter.  The only drawback to SPLA (In Microsoft’s eyes) is the service provider has the option of offering other software outside of Microsoft.  Exchange as an example, could technically be replaced with Zimbra.  If they use Office 365, the customer is using Office 365.

I offer desktop as a service.  When can we expect VDI to be available in SPLA?

Never.

Will I get audited?

Yes.  Make sure to read the MBSA agreement that you signed.

Thanks for reading,

SPLA Man

 
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Posted by on April 24, 2017 in Top 5 Licensing Questions

 

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