When you run a business, no matter its size or industry. You are going to rely on software to ensure that you can run as you need to and provide the service or product with minimal issues. When you are working by yourself, with only one computer on a network, having access to the software that you need is relatively easy to arrange.
But, what happens when you have multiple computers and users on the network, all needing to access your chosen software?
This is where Microsoft Licensing comes in. The idea of Microsoft Licensing is that it will help you to ensure that you have the right number of licences for all the key Microsoft packages that your business needs.
You may think that choosing a Microsoft Licensing package is easy enough to do, however, there are plenty of different options and agreements that you need to consider, depending on what the needs of your business are.
Some people may need to consider a Cloud Solutions Program, others may be looking at a Enterprise Agreement. There is also the option to consider a Microsoft Products and Services Agreement or Open and OVS.
All of these considerations and options can be confusing, unless you know exactly what you are doing, which means that you are going to need to find a professional company to help make sense of all of these different approaches and ensure that you choose the one that is the right fit for your business.
You are also going to need to think about ensuring that you have a plan that is going to be flexible for your business, able to grow and change with it and also that it is within your budget and is going to be something that you can afford to invest in.