Your guide to Microsoft licensing
Throughout the digital workplace evolution Microsoft has been a leading player, and its ‘Office’ services continue to be trusted and liked by the publicsector and private enterprise.
Advancements in collaboration, Azure cloud services, security, and artificial intelligence (AI) mean Microsoft’s position as a leading solutions provider is assured.
Complexities around licensing remain a headache for IT departments, with the same underlying questions:
- Are we making the most of Microsoft investments, digital services, and data?
- Costs seem high – are we paying for things we don’t need?
- Is there a smarter, more flexible way to manage our licensing requirements?
At VCG, we help companies perform a yearly assessment to understand their licencing position and pre-empt compliance risks.
This can save huge expense, optimise spend and help build a true picture of an organisation’s licensing position.
How can we help you review your licensing:
- Identify any likely areas of Microsoft licencing shortfall.
- Propose more effective licencing options.
- Verify your purchased licencing matches your current requirements.
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