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Each version of Windows, Office and other Microsoft applications brings new editions and options for payment and licensing. We take a look at what enterprises need to know about licensing for Windows 8 and Office 2013 and how it affects Desktop as a Service. Access >>>
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- Microsoft licensing rules updated for Windows 8
- Office 2013 licenses straightforward, but still important
- DaaS market waits on Microsoft Windows licensing
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