Microsoft recently announced changes to their commercial pricing for Microsoft 365 — the first “substantive pricing update” since launching Office 365 a decade ago.
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AmyKelly Petruzzella is a marketing executive who focuses on Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, and Active Directory trends, challenges, and business outcomes for enterprises. Over the years, AmyKelly regularly engages with Gartner industry analysts, and she has been recognized several times for Top 50 Microsoft Marketing Excellence. She is a frequent speaker and blogger and an industry veteran who advocates for women in technology.
It is that time a year, and planning and budgeting season for next fiscal year is upon us! Trust us, we cannot believe it either. Right about now many of us are coming off personal holidays and are carving out time on our calendars to start the process. One planning area in particular that can be a challenge for many organizations is Microsoft 365 license management. In the hopes of helping you navigate this hot topic, there are a few important factors you need to keep in mind that will hopefully make 2022 a successful and profitable year for your organization!
Microsoft Office 365 provides numerous ways to substantially boost productivity while considerably lowering hardware and software costs for enterprises. However, according to Gartner, many organizations are wasting enormous amounts of their budget investments on unused licenses.
New to Office 365? Or maybe you just cleaned up your environment and you’re looking to keep it that way?
Mastering Office 365 license management can be a challenging feat for many organizations. There are a multitude of factors that need to be considered and hundreds of ways for things to slip through the cracks unnoticed.
If you’re coming up on your EA, you might be scrambling to accurately forecast your Office 365 licensing needs.
Unfortunately, with E3s, F1s, add-ons, and more, it can be tricky business to accurately determine your licensing needs without the proper Office 365 license management solution in place.
With more employees working remote than ever before, the reliance on collaboration technology such as Office 365 is at an all-time high. Employees no longer have the ability to walk over to their coworker’s desk to ask a quick question or quickly meet with their team to touch base on a project. Fortunately, Office 365 services like Microsoft Teams allow users to efficiently and effectively communicate with each other, making this work from home era that much more manageable.