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Windows 7: Microsoft outlines plans to replace Select Plus with MSPA license

11 Aug 2014   #1
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Microsoft outlines plans to replace Select Plus with MSPA license

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Microsoft volume licensees, take note: Microsoft will be replacing its Select Plus agreements with the new Microsoft Products and Services Agreement (MPSA).

This won't be a sudden replacement; instead, it will happen gradually over the course of three years. Microsoft outlined the plan changes last month (but I'm just getting around to blogging about them now).

MPSA is Microsoft's new combined software and services license designed to ultimately replace the variety of different volume-licensing plans Microsoft offers small, midsized adn enterprise users. The company has been pilot testing MPSA for the past year-plus. MPSA consolidates various licensing contracts into "a single, nonexpiring agreement for all organizations."
Read more at: Microsoft outlines plans to replace Select Plus with MSPA license | ZDNet


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