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Microsoft jacks up client license fees, but they may still be a good deal

Tim Greene | Nov. 29, 2012
Microsoft will make businesses pay 15% more for licenses that let workers access servers from as many devices as they want, which - depending on how workers do their jobs - may still be cheaper than the alternative.

These licenses apply to server CALs for Bing Maps, the Core Suite, the Enterprise Suite, Exchange Server (standard and enterprise), Lync Server (standard and enterprise), Project Server, SharePoint Server (standard and enterprise), System Center 2012 Client Management Suite, System Center Configuration Manager, System Center Endpoint Protection, Visual Studio TFS, Windows Multipoint Server, Windows Server and Windows Server RDS, RMS, Terminal Services, according to a blog by SoftCat, a Microsoft reseller.


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