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On July 1st, MSDN with Visual Studio became available for order on the Microsoft Products and Services Agreement (MPSA). This addition enables a more native and improved experience of MSDN subscription management while removing a major obstacle for our customers wishing to move to the MPSA in light of the Select Plus retirement.
To improve customers’ volume licensing experience, Microsoft today announces Product Terms which consolidates and replaces two previously independent documents - the Product Use Rights (PUR) and the Product List (PL). Together with the program agreement, Product Terms contains all the terms and conditions for how you purchase licenses for software and online services through Microsoft Volume Licensing programs, with the exception of the Microsoft Online Subscription and Cloud Solution Provider programs. It also addresses how you may deploy and use software licensed under those programs.
This year, we are pleased to congratulate Comparex, on being recognized as the 2015 Microsoft Volume Licensing Partner of the Year, an award that recognizes partners who consistently innovate with their Volume Licensing solutions and services, and provide ongoing attention to customer service excellence.
Today I am pleased to announce another key milestone in our licensing transformation. For the first time, we can now welcome our government and academic customers to purchase and manage Software, Online Services, and Software Assurance through the Microsoft Products and Services Agreement (MPSA). Qualified Public Sector organizations can now enjoy the same benefits that thousands of commercial customers are already leveraging.
The Enterprise Cloud Suite launches December 1, offering simplified, user-based cloud licensing