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  • Blog Post: Use Rights Refreshed Across Remaining Portfolio with October Update

    The forthcoming October PUR delivers against the promise we made earlier this year with the August update. We have extended the model we introduced with the Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 use rights to the rest of our Volume Licensing product portfolio. In this approach, our intention is to: ...
  • Blog Post: Licensing How To: Using Office 365 user licenses to meet CAL requirements

    Summary: If you deploy workloads into Office 365 and maintain existing on premises workloads, or in some cases, deploy additional on premises servers to support a hybrid configurations- how do you maintain access to on premises servers. It really doesn’t matter if your long term goal is to move...
  • Blog Post: Licensing How To: Knowing which Product Use Rights to use

    Summary: Microsoft publishes the Product Use Rights, commonly known as the PUR, on a quarterly basis. Because the use rights and license terms change, knowing which PUR to use when evaluating a licensing model, contemplating a purchase or downgrade, and evaluating compliance is important. In this Licensing...
  • Blog Post: Licensing Simplification – A New Approach to the Product Use Rights (PUR)

    Over the years, the Product use Rights (PUR) have grown in complexity as new products and new business models have been introduced. We heard your feedback that use rights need to be simpler and responded with the release of the October 2011 “Re-Designed PUR” to improve navigability, readability...
  • Blog Post: Office Mobile for iPhone is now available for Office 365 Subscribers

    If you have an active Office 365 subscription that includes the Office desktop applications, you can download Office Mobile for iPhone from the Apple App Store and use it to access, view, and edit Office documents (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) on your mobile device. License rights to Office Mobile...