Thank you to all of the Partners who joined me this week for the series of webcasts we did designed to help you increase your sales of Microsoft solutions and increase your services opportunities while also helping your clients get more from their budget dollars.
Based on the numerous requests I received from attendees to post the links to the replays for all of the sessions so they could review the ones they saw, see ones they missed, or forward to others in their organization, here they are:
“Introduction to Office, Windows, and Server Licensing For Partners” - How are Microsoft products REALLY licensed? Want to find out? Attend this session and learn how the following items are really licensed: Microsoft Office, SBS, Windows Server, Exchange Server, & Windows Desktop O/S. How does Terminal Services change all of this? (Yes, that does say Terminal Services and it’s not as bad as you think!) Who is CAL and why should you know him? What's the difference between User & Device CALs? and more... Presented by Eric Ligman, Sr. Mgr. of Community Engagement @ Microsoft.
· 8:00 am PST session – View Replay
· 1:00 pm PST session – View Replay
“Introduction to Open License For Partners” - Microsoft offers two main Volume Licensing Programs for customers with between 3 and 150 PCs. These programs are the Open Business & Open Value Licensing Programs. Do you know how these work? What are the differences? Which should you choose for your clients? What are the advantages & disadvantages of each? Want to know the answers to these and more? Then attend this session, hosted by Eric Ligman - US Sr. Mgr. of Community Engagement at Microsoft, where we will discuss the two Open License Programs, how each of them works, and more.
“Open Value Rebates For Partners” - Are you taking advantage of the Open Value Rebates available to you as a Partner? That's right! As a Value Added Reseller, you are eligible to be receiving rebates back from Microsoft for every license you sell through Open Value. Also, Microsoft Small Business Specialist Partners are eligible for an additional rebate for every Small Business Desktop Advantage Agreement they sell. If you're not taking advantage of these programs already, you are just throwing money away. Stop tossing money away and join Eric Ligman, Sr. Mgr. of Community Engagement on the US Small Business Team @ Microsoft, for this 30 minute overview of these two rebate programs and find out how you too can be taking advantage of these exciting offers today!
Also, remember that we run the “Small Business Desktop Advantage Sales Forums” where you have a chance to learn more detailed information about the Small Business Desktop Advantage and ask your questions about it or a particular conversation you’ve had with your clients about it. About ½ of the session is presentation and the other ½ is left for live questions and answers with you, our Partners. Hosted by Eric Ligman - US Sr. Mgr. of Community Engagement at Microsoft or one of the 16 Microsoft Partner Community Managers from around the US.
· Find out more and register HERE
Thank you and have a wonderful day,
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@ Michael - Which session link did not work for you? I just clicked through all of them and each was added to my Session list for viewing.
If you have Software Assurance , you have access to a great deal of benefits available to you through
Last week I posted a two-part post on how to activate and administer your Software Assurance benefits
Last September we shipped out the first, “ Small Business Desktop Advantage Sales Kit ” to all Microsoft
I saw a question recently from a Partner stating that they had a new client and were trying to determine
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