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Each year, the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) Awards program recognizes partners who have delivered exemplary solutions built on Microsoft technologies.
The Volume Licensing Partner of the Year Award recognizes partners who consistently seek to innovate with their Volume Licensing solutions and services, and provide ongoing attention to customer-service excellence.
The Worldwide Licensing and Pricing team will conduct its first “Tweet Chat” from the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) in Los Angeles (July 11-14). This is your chance to ask questions about Microsoft Volume Licensing and get real-time feedback—with a twist! Instead of simply replying via Twitter, we’ll have subject matter experts on Volume Licensing respond via short videos tweeted out to followers of @Msft_VL. This way we can provide more in-depth answers beyond 140 characters.
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In an recent email Q&A conversation, the WHIR's Editor in Chief, Liam Eagle, speaks with Microsoft’s senior director for the server and tools business, Steve Martin, regarding the License Mobility changes, including how some of the changes could result in new business opportunities for service providers.
We hear it from our customers every day: Today’s increasingly-mobile workforce wants seamless, reliable, anytime access to their applications and data on a growing set of devices such as laptops, mobile devices, and home PCs. As we respond and address these user demands, IT’s priority is to maintain compliance and manage the corporate environment responsibly and efficiently.
Gone are the days when IT Pros could consider the PC portion of their IT infrastructures, at least, to be fairly simple to support. It’s getting harder to remember that time, when business populations could be divided neatly into two groups: full-time employees who worked primarily at offices on desktop computers and a smaller set of users who generally worked from afar on laptops.