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2010

"Understanding The Rules Software Licensing In A Virtualized Environment," John Brandon, Processor Magazine, January 14, 2010
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"The End of Traditional Software Licensing? Not So Fast A Forrester prediction that enterprise software vendors will walk away from lucrative tradition doesn't add up," Thomas Wailgum, CIO Magazine Blogs, January 13, 2010
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"Microsoft makes it legal to rent Windows, Office worldwide," Mary-Jo Foley, TechRepulic (ZDNet), January 10, 2010
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"Data breaches affect million state residents: credit cards, health records compromised," Hiawatha Bray, Boston Globe, January 3, 2010
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2009

"Microsoft Taking Stock of Anti-Piracy Efforts: Microsoft uses a day in December to highlight its ongoing efforts to stop illegal reproductions," Scott Bekker, Redmond Channel Partner Magazine, December 10, 2009
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"CIOs are more receptive than ever to new software models -- and not because they're trendy," Mary Hayes Weier, InformationWeek Magazine, October 12, 2009
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"When Things Go Wrong [with your SaaS Provider]," Mary Hayes Weier, InformationWeek Magazine, October 26, 2009
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"Making Sense of Software Licensing [Event Recap]," Press Release from FAST Ltd., October 13, 2009
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"Defogging the Cloud," Anurag Shah, CXO Today, October 23, 2009.
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"ROI Of Software-As-A-Service," Forrester White Paper, Analysts are Liz Herbert and Jon Erickson, Forrester Research, October 2009
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"Elop [president of Microsoft's Business Division] Grilled on Microsoft's Relevance [at Gartner IT Symposium]," Herb Torrens, Redmond Magazine, October 26, 2009. Elops' interview at the Gartner event can be viewed here.
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"Court rules (again) that Vernor can sell Autodesk software," Larry Dignan, Cyberlaw Cases, October 1, 2009
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"Forecast for Microsoft: Partly Cloudy": Microsoft's Future, Beyond Windows 7 and the PC," Larry Dignan, ZDNet Posting, October 18, 2009
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"Art of the software deal can get messy: In a series of presentations at the Gartner IT Symposium in Orlando, analysts walked buyers through a few negotiating tactics ...," Larry Dignan, ZDNet Posting, October 20, 2009
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"Forecast for Microsoft: Partly Cloudy ," Ashlee Vance, New York Times, October 17, 2009
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"Does Microsoft Complicate Its Licensing on Purpose?," Elizabeth Montalbano, IDG News Service, October 8, 2009
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"Microsoft licensing still impedes VM mobility," Bridget Botelho, News Writer, SearchServerVirtualization.com, September 16, 2009
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"Interview with Michael Beare [of Microsoft]," Jenny Schuchert, IAITAM ITAK Magazine, September2009
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"Why Microsoft is sabotaging desktop virtualization Analysis: Microsoft's licensing makes VDI unaffordable, to keep its stranglehold on desktop Windows licenses intact," Matt Prigge, InfoWorld, August 11, 2009
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"The perfect storm of bad news for VDI High deployment costs, lack of multimedia support, pricey Microsoft licensing, and the Windows 7 transition all conspire to make the 'obvious' desktop client alternative not so obvious," Paul Venezia, InfoWorld, August 11, 2009
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"Product Launch Tidal Wave: Microsoft's ambitious product-launch schedule requires a delicate juggling act," Mary Jo Foley, Redmond Magazine, August 1, 2009
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"Software Asset Management Makes Sense in a Recession," MJ Fisher, FrontRange Solutions, July 27, 2009
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"Knowledge is King for Software Licensing Negotiations," Walker White, VP of Technology, BDNA Corporation
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"Windows 7 May Not Make Its Mark Right Away," Kevin McLaughlin, ChannelWeb, July 23, 2009
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"Forrester’s 'An Enterprise Software Licensee’s Bill Of Rights'," July 7, 2009
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"Forrester: Sluggish economy prompts software pricing changes," Chris Kanaracus, Computerworld Magazine, June 2, 2009
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"Reining In IT Excess With Software Asset Management," Jack M. Germain, E-Commerce Times, May 28, 2009
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"Recession compromises SAM abilities of firms: Organizations are in need of help from channel to deal with licensing worries," Kayleigh Bateman, CRN Magazine, May 26, 2009
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"Investing in Saving While Technology is Necessary to Stay Ahead, It can Be Costly. Here, Cost-Cutting Tips that Won't Put you Behind," Lee Gimpel, AirTran Magazine, March 2009
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"Beating the bootleggers: Claims over lost revenue from piracy are flawed," Chris Bell, Auckland, Reseller News (New Zealand), April 17, 2009
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"Recession buster: five tips to lower software maintenance fees," Cliff Saran, Computerworld Magazine, March 24, 2009
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"Laid off workers stealing company data," Simon Thorpe, Oracle Blog, February 24, 2009
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"7 Ways to Control SAP Spending podcast," Jeff Greenwald, Acresso Software's director of enterprise product management, January 2009
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"Asset Management Solution Gets Vendors Off Your Back," Caroline Marwitz, WindowsITPro, January 14, 2009
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"BigFix releases software asset management system," SC Staff, SC Magazine, January 13, 2009
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"One in five directors clueless on software licensing," Warwick Ashford, Computer Weekly Magazine, January 6, 2009
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2008

"KPMG Study, Software Asset Management: A Key to Infrastructure Optimization," KPMG, 2008
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"Microsoft Extends XP Availability For Distributors," Kevin McLaughlin, Scott Campbell, ChannelWeb, December 19, 2008
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"Demand Still Strong For Vista-XP Downgrades," Kevin McLaughlin, ChannelWeb, December 17, 2008
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"Mozilla Fixes Security Bugs In Firefox Browser: Mozilla issued patches repairing security errors in Firefox 2 and 3, but announced it plans to retire the older version of the Web browser," Stefanie Hoffman, ChannelWeb, December 17, 2008
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"Oops! McCain Camp Sells Loaded BlackBerry," Kevin McLaughlin, ChannelWeb, December 15, 2008
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" IT Security's Next Big Threat: Young People: Generation Y user behavior could endanger security of enteprise systems, studies say ," Tim Wilson, Information Week, November 24, 2008
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"Does your generation pose an office security risk? The Baby Boomers, Generation X and Generation Y each have their own bad habits,"Joan Goodchild (CSO Online), November 8, 2008
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"Microsoft Offers Start-ups Free Software Tools," Michele Masterson, ChannelWeb, November 5, 2008
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"Microsoft Changes Virtualization Licensing Rules," Keith Ward, MCP Magazine, August 19, 2008
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"Why computers fail," Robin Harris, ZDNet Blog, July 1, 2008
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"Your Laptop's Dirty Little Secret," Bryan Walsh, Time Magazine, June 30, 2008
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"The Virtualization Opportunity: Going Virtual? Stay True to Software Licensing Rules" Jeff Kelsey, SandHill.Com, June 30, 2008
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"Study: 637 million Google users surfing with insecure browser," Ryan Naraine, ZDNet Blog, July 1, 2008
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"No reprieve: XP phase-out begins June 30," Mary-Jo Foley, ZDNet Blog, June 30, 2008
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"As Windows XP Deadline Looms, OEMs Turn To Vista Downgrade Rights," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN Magazine, April 23, 2008
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"Fast ways to cut costs: prune back underutilized software," Amrit Williams, SC Magazines, May 20, 2008
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"Firms 'neglecting' IT governance: Only 12 per cent of companies take technology risk seriously enough to operate board-level oversight of their IT resources, new research has indicated," As reported by Centennial Software, 2008
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"IDC and BSA release latest study on global software piracy," May 20, 2008
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"Survey: IT Struggling Over Security, Compliance Issues," Jabulani Leffall, ENTNews, May 12, 2008
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"The key to Windows success? It’s all about the drivers," Blog Posting by Ed Bott, ZDNet Blogs, May 13, 2008
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"Microsoft Talks Pricing On SMB, Midmarket Servers," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN Magazine, May 13, 2008
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"Judge Slaps Down Recording Industry In Copyright Suit," Jennifer Bosavage, CRN Magazine, May 1, 2008
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"Software Compliance: Finding the Tools to Get Clean, Stay Clean and Save Money," John Frame, Computer Technology Review Magazine, April 28, 2008
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"Fixing Windows Vista, one machine at a time," Blog Posting by Ed Bott, ZDNet Blogs, April 21, 2008
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"SPLA: A New Way To License Software: Microsoft's Michael van Dijken explains in the Q&A," Michael Domingo, Redmond Channel Partner, April 21, 2008
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"Microsoft eyes management as key to virtualization," Elizabeth Montalbano, InfoWorld, April 22, 2008
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"Microsoft Increases Small Business Financing," Paul Thurrott, Windows IT Pro (citing article from the Wall Street Journal), April 16, 2008
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"Montana to pay Attachmate $920K [for license compliance settlement]," Puget Sound Business Journal (Seattle), April 8, 2008
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"Making sense of Windows' irrational pricing and licensing," Ed Bott, ZDNet blogs, April 14, 2008
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"Microsoft Exec Rages Against Vista Upgrade 'Hack' ," Kevin McLaughlin , CRN Magazine , April 14, 2008
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"Traditional software licensing: Why you pay more and a look at your options," Larry Dignan, ZDNet blogs, April 11, 2008
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"Microsoft: June 30 Windows XP cut-off set in stone," Mary Jo Foley, ZDNet blogs, April 3, 2008
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"Apple forbids Windows users from installing Safari for Windows," Cade Metz, Channel Register UK, March 26, 2008
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"Software company says it can still resell Microsoft licences: Discount-Licensing.com,"Channel Register, February 29, 2008
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"Electronic gadgets latest sources of computer viruses,"Associated Press, March 13, 2008
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"Licence to cut down IT bills Fast says licensing complexity can lead to significant waste ,", David Neal, IT Week, March 10, 2008
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"Consumer group slams 'unfair' software licenses," John Oates, Channel Register UK, February 19, 2008
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"Impact of SAM on the auditor,", Arpinder Singh, KPMG, The Hindu Business Onlnie, March 6, 2008
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"Microsoft Gives 8-Month Evaluation For Server 2008," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN Magazine, February 13, 2008
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"Microsoft service desk delayed until 2010," Christina Torode, SearchWinIT, February 11, 2008
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"Remote Workers Still Living Dangerously, Cisco Study Says: False sense of security leads many users to break company policies," Tim Wilson, Dark Reading, February 5, 2008
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"Donate Your PC," TechNet Magazine, February 2008
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"Firms 'neglecting' IT governance," IT Governance Limited, February 7, 2008
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"Cisco Study on Remote Workers Reveals Need for Greater Diligence Toward Security," Cisco, February 5, 2008
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"No More Giving Away the Master Key," Caroline Marwitz, Windows IT Pro Magazine, February 1, 2008
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"Microsoft System Center: Online Services Help Simplify Software Inventory," Paul Bourgeau, Microsoft TechNet Magazine, January, 2008
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"Microsoft Partners: UC Licensing Too Complex," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN Magazine, January 31, 2008
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"Symantec Report Shows IT Risk Management Lacking," Stefanie Hoffman Galli, CRN Magazine, January 31, 2008
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"Businesses plan for upgrades as Windows server software release nears," Cliff Saran, Computer Weekly Magazine, January 30, 2008
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"Inventory of applications 'helpful to CIOs'," Andy Kyte (Gartner), CIO Magazine, January 28, 2008
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"The problem with traditional application management practices," Danielle Ruest and Nelson Ruest, TechTarget, January 28, 2008
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"Security - plugging and avoiding data leakage," Rob Bamforth (Principal Analyst, Quocirca), IT Analysis, January 25, 2008
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"IT compliance documentation: Do it now," Rebecca Herold, TechTarget, January 24, 2008
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"Windows change management on a budget," Russell Olsen, TechTarget, January 21, 2008
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Virtualization

"Adventures in managing virtualization," Laurianne McLaughlin, InfoWorld (as cited on CIO.com), April 25, 2008
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"What Hyper-V brings to Windows Server,"Jonathan Hassell, SearchSystemsChannel.com, April 7, 2008
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"Going Virtual? Stay True to Software Licensing Rules: Virtualization has opened up an entirely new world of possibilities for organizations that choose to adopt it, yet it is one that is not without old world legal risk," Jeff Kelsey, ITBusinessNet, April 22, 2008
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"The desktop ain’t dead: Researcher IDC, for instance, estimates that the number of virtual servers deployed will rise 41 percent annually through 2010, resulting in 7.9 million virtual servers implemented on 1.7 million new physical servers," Yuval Shavit, CRN, April 15, 2008
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"Advantages and disadvantages of server virtualization," Yuval Shavit, SearchSystemsChannel.com, March 26, 2008
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"Top 5 compliance challenges in a virtualized world," Chris Farrow, Fortisphere, News.com, March 11, 2008
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"Application virtualization: a conversation with Symantec/Altiris: Speaking to Infoworld, Scott Jones, product manager at Symantec, said that application virtualisation is 'the future' and the current model for software management is 'fundamentally broken,'" David Marshall, InfoWorld, March 2, 2008
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"Application virtualization gains momentum," Colleen Frye, SearchSoftwareQuality.com, February 27, 2008
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"It is time to end hidden software costs: Server virtualization is changing the way companies think about and manage their server hardware purchases," CIO Magazine, February 2, 2008
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"10 MORE things you should know about virtualization," Rick Vanover, ZDNet blogs, February 25, 2008
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"Desktop virtualization: What Windows managers should know," TechTarget, March 2008
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"Licensing Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 to Run with Virtualization Technologies (MS Word document)," Microsoft, March 2008
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"Microsoft's Turner: Our Virtualization Is More Versatile," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN Magazine, March 4, 2008
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"All-in-One Guides: Server Virtualization Project Guide," SearchSystemsChannel.com, January 2008
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"Microsoft Allows All Vista SKUs to Be Virtualized," Peter Galli, DevSource, January 23, 2008
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"Virtualization in the Enterprise Survey: Your Virtualized State in 2008," Laurianne McLaughlin, CIO Magazine, January 2, 2008
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"Virtualization - savings not without threats," Dan Kaplan, SecureComputing, December 3, 2007
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"Forrester Report: Preparing For The New IT Ecosystem," Forrester Consulting, Forrester Research, Inc., November 2007
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"Virtualization of Desktop PCs on the Rise," Laurianne McLaughlin, CIO.com, November 27, 2007
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"To Virtualization and Beyond VMware's Diane Greene is on a quest to make server virtualization ubiquitous," Ed Scannel, Redmond Magazine, November 2007
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"The next wave of software licensing arrives Trends such as software-as-a-service, virtualisation and multicore processors are changing the way users pay for applications," Brian Robinson, ComputerWorld Magazine, October 2006
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"Personal Devices Create a Dilemma for Corporate IT," Stan Gibson, eWeek Magazine, January 12, 2008
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"The new Microsoft System Center: What happened to SMS and MOM?," Gary Olsen, TechTarget, January 4, 2008
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"Microsoft: Office 2003 SP3 Blocks Older Files," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN Magazine, January 3, 2008
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"Microsoft Removes Licensing Restrictions From Windows Server 2008," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN Magazine, January 3, 2008
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"Microsoft To Offer SMBs Subscription Based Volume Licensing," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN Magazine, January 2, 2008
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2007

"Software companies struggle with user compliance: KPMG," As Reported by Martin Callinan in the Centennial Software Blog, December 24, 2007
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"Microsoft's Piracy Fight Gains Momentum In China," Reuters, December 21, 2007
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"Standards For IT Governance ITIL, COBIT, and ISO 17799 provide a blueprint for managing IT services," Dave Greenfield, Information Week Magazine, December 8, 2007
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"Microsoft Axes Vista Reduced Functionality Mode," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN Magazine, December 4, 2007
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"Apple QuickTime Player Vulnerability Could Lead to Exploits," Stefanie Hoffman, CRN Magazine, December 3, 2007
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"Microsoft Removes Windows Vista 'Kill Switch'," Thomas Claburn, Information Week Magazine, December 4, 2007
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"Microsoft Partners: Use Of Downgrade Rights Is Surging," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN Magazine, December 3, 2007
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"SAM and Core IO: A Dynamic Duo," David Yashar, Redmond Channel Partner (RCP) Magazine, December 2007
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"Microsoft Offers Roadmap For Avoiding Software Piracy Woes," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN Magazine, November 27, 2007
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"Piracy Wars: What Role Should Partners Play? Business Software Alliance targets small business," Lee Pender, Redmond Channel Partner Magazine Blogs, November 27, 2007
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"Software Group Targets Small Business," Brian Bergstein, AP Technology Writer, AP, November 2007
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"How the BSA Nets Piracy Suspects," Brian Bergstein, AP Technology Writer, AP, November 2007
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"Anti-copying programs may slow piracy," Brian Bergstein, AP Technology Writer, AP, November 2007
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"New Microsoft Program Allows Windows on Resold PCs: Microsoft has launched a program to help ensure sellers of refurbished PCs will run legal copies of Windows," Elizabeth Montalbano, IDG News Service, PC World, November 10, 2007
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"How desktop virtualization will save your company from Generation Y," Rich Mogull, ZDNet, November 25, 2007
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"Update: Maxtor drives contain password-stealing Trojans: Seagate confirms infection during drive assembly, but says no indication of spying by Chinese authorities," Gregg Keizer, ComputerWorld, November 12, 2007
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"Is my network costing me money I'm not accounting for?," Paul Cronin, Mass High Tech, November 16, 2007
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Going "Green"

"Manage Your Carbon Footprint The growing importance of energy efficiency gives IT a leadership role in the enterprise," Peter Varhol, Redmond Magazine, November 2007
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"To Virtualization and Beyond VMware's Diane Greene is on a quest to make server virtualization ubiquitous," Ed Scannel, Redmond Magazine, November 2007
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"Tech Firms Tap Into the 'Green' Movement," Associated Press, July 5, 2007
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"Michael Dell: Going Green Is Key To Industry's Future," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN Magazine, November 14, 2007
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"The Chinese Connection: Anti-Piracy," Scott Bekker, RCP Magazine, November 1, 2007
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"Application virtualization: The Terminal Services killer?," Danielle Ruest and Nelson Ruest, SeachWinComputing, October 24, 2007
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"To Reap Its Benefits, a Better Understanding of IT Governance is Needed," Salvatore Salamone, CA IT Management Exchange, October 12, 2007
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"Adobe Says Acrobat, Reader Vulnerable To Hacks," Reuters, October 10, 2007
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"Office 2007 Trial Version: Boon For Microsoft, Bane For Partners," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN Magazine, October 10, 2007
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"Microsoft Offers Help To Software Piracy Victims," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN Magazine, October 2, 2007
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"Stealth Windows Updates Causing XP Repair Headaches," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN Magazine, September 27, 2007
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"The Benefits of Streamlined IT Management," Michael Steinhart, Computer Associates, September 12, 2007
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"Hard times on the HIPAA front: A trio of ugly situations means painful publicity for lazy or sloppy organizations," Jon Espenschied, Computer World Magazine, September 5, 2007
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"The 8 most dangerous consumer technologies: Companies can't depend wholly on policy to maintain the level of security they need," Mary Brandel, Computer World Magazine, September 5, 2007
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"Partners to Microsoft: Don't Make Us Licensing Police," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN Magazine, August 28, 2007
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"Microsoft Fixes Glitch In Anti-Piracy Tool," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN Magazine, August 27, 2007
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Software "Junk" on Computers

"Junkbusters! New PCs come littered with demoware and ads you never asked for. Does all that stuff affect performance? You bet. Here's how to get rid of the crud -- or avoid it in the first place," Jon Jacobi, PCWorld Magazine, November, 2007
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"Dell Gives Trialware the Heave-Ho," Melissa Perenson, PCWorld Magazine, August 23, 2007
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"Fakes! Can you Tell the Difference!," Jill Aitoro, CRN Magazine, August 20, 2007
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2006-2007 Licensing / SAM / ITAM Reports

"Key Trends in Software Pricing and Licensing: A Survey of Software Industry Executives and Their Enterprise Customers 2006-2007," Conducted by SIIA, Macrovision, SoftSummit, SVPMA, and CELUG
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"Is Unlicensed Software Usage Hurting Your Bottom Line? KPMG's Software License Compliance Survey 2007," KPMG, September, 2007
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MS Software Assurance (SA) articles

"Microsoft customers sour on Software Assurance: According to a Forrester Research report, it's cheaper for many companies to simply buy the software licenses they need rather than subscribing to Software Assurance," Jeremy Kirk, IDG, July 9, 2007
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"Feeling Assured About Software Assurance?," Mary Joe Foley, Redmond Magazine, September, 2007
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"To Renew or Not to Renew," Lafe Low, Redmond Magazine, August 2007
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"Sales: Software Assurance Sales -- Obstacles Dead Ahead ," Keith Ward, Redmond Channel Partner, September 2007
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"If Not Vista Enterprise, Then What?: Vista Enterprise Licensing Terms May Be Scaring Companies Off," Joe Wilcox, eWeek, August 21, 2007
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"How Office Tyrants in Critical Positions Get Others to Grovel," Javier C. Hernandez, Wall Street Journal, August 21, 2007
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"Microsoft Updates Triggered Skype Service Outage," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN Magazine, August 20, 2007
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"Microsoft Plays Catch-Up In Server Virtualization," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN Magazine, August 22, 2007
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"Fakes: Can You Tell The Difference?,"Jill R. Aitoro, CRN Magazine, August 17, 2007
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"Schools broaden efforts to stop piracy," Javier C. Hernandez, The Boston Globe, August 16, 2007
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"Microsoft Helps Lower The Boom On Software Pirate," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN Magazine, August 10, 2007
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"Broken Windows," Joe Wilcoxz, eWeek, August 9, 2007
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"PC buyers: 'Vista Capable' machines weren't Vista capable," Cade Metz, The Register, August 8, 2007
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"Is SaaS really better than software licensing?," Eric Esperne, Mass High Tech, August 3, 2007
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"Avoiding software conflicts in a Windows Vista migration," Laura E. Hunter, TechTarget Magazine, August 1, 2007
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"Microsoft Software: Rent Me," Joe Wilcox, eWeek, July 20, 2007
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"System Center Configuration Manager 2007: A first look," Brien M. Posey, TechTarget Magazine, July 17, 2007
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"Microsoft Partners Embracing Server Virtualization," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN Magazine, July 18, 2007
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"Microsoft Extends its Lending Reach," David Strom, eWeek Magazine, July 12, 2007
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"[Kevin] Turner, [Microsoft COO]: Microsoft Partners Must Adapt To Software As A Service," Stacy Cowley, CRN Magazine, July 12, 2007
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"Report: Companies Questioning Microsoft's Software Assurance Program," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN, July 9, 2007
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"Are Intel Core 2 Chips a Security Threat?," Damon Poeter and David Raikow, CRN Magazine, June 29, 2007
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"UK firm pays biggest ever fine over 'pirate' software,"John Leyden, Channel Register, June 21, 2007
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"Microsoft Readies System Center Managed Services," Kevin McLaughlin, CRN, June 20, 2007
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"SLAs and service-level management: What does it mean for Windows managers?," Harris Kern, SearchWinIT, June 13, 2007
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"Microsoft Backs Off Controversial Exchange 2007 Licensing Policy," Paula Rooney, CRN Magazine, June 11, 2007
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"4 Security Technologies Every IT Organization Must Have," Matt Clapham and Todd Thompson, TechNet Magazine, June 2007
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"Exploring The Windows Firewall," Steve Riley, TechNet Magazine, June 2007
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"Managing Hardware Restrictions via Group Policy," Jeremy Moskowitz, TechNet Magazine, June 2007
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"Inside Windows Vista User Account Control," Mark Russinovich, TechNet Magazine, June 2007
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"IT vs Instant Messaging (IM)," Doug Barney, Redmond Magazine, May 2007
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"Patch It Up," Joern Wettern, Redmond Magazine, May 2007
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"Virtual machine sprawl prevention: Best practices," Anil Desai, SearchServerVirtualization.com, May 23, 2007
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"Server virtualization: Figuring out costs, ROI and chargeback," Jan Stafford, SearchServerVirtualization.com, May 2, 2007
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"Vista Security Woes," Ryan Naraine, PC World, April 27, 2007
"To keep your machine safe, patching your programs has become just as important as fixing the operating system they run on. "The applications are sitting on every desktop, and they all have known vulnerabilities," says Andrew Jaquith, a security analyst in The Yankee Group's Enabling Technologies Enterprise division."
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"IT Audits to Increase in 2007, According to New Survey," Eracent, Eracent Press Release, April 23, 2007
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"Citrix goes whole hog with virtual Windows," Ashlee Vance, The Register, April 13, 2007
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"Thin Clients Get Microsoft’s Approval — for Some Users New licenses limited to SA customers," Eric Lai, Computerworld Magazine, April 9, 2007
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"Special Report: IT Managers Take On Compliance," SearchWinIT.com, SearchWinIT.com, April 2, 2007
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"Microsoft offers new Vista enterprise licenses. They're geared toward users with large data centers," Computerworld Magazine, April 2, 2007
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"Where Computers Go When They Die," Katherine Boehret, WSJ, April 14, 2007
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"Windows XP to be phased out by year's end despite customer demand," Angus Kidman, APC Mag, April 12, 2007
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"Surviving a compliance audit: Part 2 of 4," Christina Torode, SearchWinIt.com, April 2, 2007
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"Inspector Lists Computers With Atomic Secrets as Missing," Matt Wald, New York Times, April 1, 2007
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"Virtual worlds are real problem for employees ... 90.4 percent of 450 IT administrators polled want the ability to block the unauthorized use of games at work, with 60 percent calling it 'essential'," Efrain Viscarolasaga, Mass High Tech, March 23, 2007
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"Symantec Reports Rise in Data Theft, Data Leakage, and Targeted Attacks Leading to Hackers’ Financial Gain," March 17, 2007
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"Business intelligence firms consider on-demand model ... Gartner is projecting that 25 percent of all new business software will be delivered on-demand by 2011," Christopher Calnan, Mass High Tech, February 16, 2007
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"10 Simple Steps To Ensure Software Licensing Compliance," Benjamin Hershkowitz and Robert D. Carroll, Goodwin Proctor, February 1, 2007
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"Free SAM Service Set to Ignite Social Computing Alternative Amongst IT Communities," ClickPress, February, 2007
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"10 Key Licensing, Pricing Changes For Vista, Office 2007," Paula Rooney, CRN Magazine, January 18, 2007
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"Does the Vista View Include Real ROI? -- Information on IDC October 2006 Study #203482, 'Optimizing Infrastructure: The Relationship Between IT Labor Costs and Best Practices for Managing the Windows Desktop'," Computerworld Magazine, January 17, 2007
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"Software Asset Management Reaches Beyond Applications," IDG Connect, January, 2007
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2006

"Exchange 2007 Drops Outlook Rights," Gregg Keizer, Information Week Magazine, December 29, 2006
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"What You Need to Know About Microsoft’s Antipiracy Efforts," Paul Thurrott, Windows IT Pro Magazine, December 2006
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"Half of American Business PCs Can't Run Vista," Peter Galli, eWeek, December 5, 2006
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" How Vista Lets Microsoft Lock Users In," Cory Doctorow, CRN Magazine, December 5, 2006
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"Private Equity Funding Driving VAR Consolidation," Joseph F. Kovar, CRN Magazine, December 4, 2006
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"How to Protect Yourself From Fakes," Nick Tidd, CRN Magazine, December 4, 2006
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"25 Selling Points For Vista" and " 25 Shortcomings Of Vista," Frank J. Ohlhorst, CRN Magazine, December 4, 2006
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"Are Technology Budgets Realistic?" Robert Hertzberg, Baseline Magazine, November 30, 2006
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"100 Things To Know About Windows Vista," Mary Hayes Weiert, Information Week Magazine, November 27, 2006
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"The business case for Microsoft Windows Vista," Bernie Klinder, SearchWinIt.com, November 16, 2006
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"Those IMs Aren't as Private as You Think,"Amol Sharma and Jessica Vascellaro, WSJ, October 4, 2006
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"Microsoft Tools to Combat Vista Piracy," Peter Galli, eWeek Magazine, October 4, 2006
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"What Microsoft still isn’t saying about WGA and Volume Activation 2.0," Mary Jo Foley, ZDNet, October 4, 2006
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Exposed: Dangers Of The Gray Market," Jill R. Aitoro, VARBusiness, September 18, 2006
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"Analysts: Microsoft Changes Meaning Of 'Release Candidate'," Gregg Keizer, InformationWeek Magazine, September 7, 2006
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"Cover Your Assets: Get a grip on your networked assets with the right asset management tool," Danielle and Nelson Ruest, Redmond Magazine, September, 2006
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"Web Site Owner Gets 7 Years for Piracy," Associated Press, September 12, 2006
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"Laptops (and iPods!) Banned on U.K. Flights," Thomas Wailgum, CIO Magazine, August 11, 2006
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"Cheap Shares Spark Software Mergers," Reuters, CRN Magazine, August 11, 2006
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"July 2006 Survey: The Bitter Truth About ROI," Allan Alter, CIO Insight Magazine, August 4, 2006
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"Microsoft Gets Real About the Virtual," Ed Scannell, Redmond Magazine, July 2006
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"Living in a Virtual World: Virtualization is here to stay, so make sure you're using the right tool," Don Jones, Redmond Magazine, July 2006
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"Laptop Lockdown Companies Start Holding Employees Responsible for Security Of Portable Devices They Use for Work," M.P. McQueen Jones, WSJ, 6/28/06
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"The Dog Ate My License: Imagine that! Microsoft doesn't eat its own dogfood," Paul DeGroot, Redmond Channel Partner Magazine, 5/1/06
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"CDW's Two-Track Mind: CDW realigns sales force to tap customers at local level yet wants VAR partners for local accounts. Will the real CDW please stand up? ," Scott Campbell, CRN Magazine, 4/28/06
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"Keeping Your Wits in the Candy Store: Build or Buy -- sadly, these are the only two among a myriad of decisions when you're looking at software purchases that'll be used to run your core business," MCPMag, 4/06
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"Microsoft To Pull Plug On Windows 98/ME In July [2006]," CRN, 4/12/06
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"Second-hand Microsoft licences take off," ZDNet.co.uk, 4/7/06
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"Sony trounces Microsoft & Nintendo in brand trust survey,"Forrester Research, 3/06
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"Security Fears Prod Many Firms To Limit Staff Use of Web Services," Shawn Young, WSJ, 3/30/06
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"Software licensing woes still dog Microsoft," John Fontana, Network World Magazine, 3/20/06
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"Microsoft Makes Leap To Per-User ERP Pricing," Barbara Darrow, CRN Magazine, March 2006
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"Gray Market: The Ebay Connection," Steven Burke, CRN Magazine, March 20, 2006
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"Up to Code," John Sterlicchi, CIO Decisions Magazine, January 2006
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"Software Raids: Surviving an Audi, Software audits are a hassle, an embarrassment, and can result in hefty fines and worse. Here?s how to prepare for, and win, an audit," Scott Braden, Redmond Channel Partner (RCP) Magazine, January 1, 2006
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2005

"Used Software: The New Reality?: If you're looking to save money on licenses (or make money on the ones you no longer need), license reselling may be the answer," Scott Braden, Redmond Magazine, 11/05
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"Before You Give Away Your Old PC: Licensing Considerations," PC Magazine, 11/16/05
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"Microsoft: End-User Licensing Tool Will Help Partners Engage," Scott Bekker, Redmond ChannelPartner, 11/16/05
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"Ballmer Promises Innovation Timetable From Microsoft," Barbara Darrow, CRN Magazine, 10/19/05
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"Another attendee, requesting anonymity, said volume licenses remain a mystery to many large customers but that Microsoft is constrained in what it can offer in a "bundled" way by constraints in its antitrust settlement."

"Users unhappy with vendors’ software licensing programs, survey says," Linda Leung, Network World, 10/11/05
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Second Annual Software Licensing Study Shows Compliance a Major Challenge for Enterprises," SIIA.Net, 10/10/05
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"Secondhand Microsoft software goes on sale," Karen Gomm, CNET News.com, 11/10/05
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EULAlyzer 1.0: Analyze license agreements for interesting words and phrases.
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"7 Keys to Selling More Upgrades: Microsoft may be its own greatest competitor, but you can convince customers to move on to new versions. Learn how to close that next upgrade opportunity," Rich Freeman, Redmond ChannelPartner, 11/1/05
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"Seal the Deal with ROI: Proving that your solution will quickly pay for itself is crucial to landing more business. Here's how to come up with return-on-investment calculations that will help you gain customer trust and build lasting relationships," Doug Barney, Redmond ChannelPartner, 11/1/05
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"Analysis: Licensing Terms Too Light on Carrot, Too Heavy on Stick," Joe McKendrick, Redmond ChannelPartner, 9/23/05
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"New [Microsoft] Software Assurance Benefits to Include 24x7 Support, Virtual PC Express," Scott Bekker, ENTNews.com, 8/16/05
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"Asset management moves beyond tracking inventory," Leon Erlanger, InfoWorld, 8/15/05
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"Software Licenses: Fight for Your Rights: Companies want to legislate user agreements--and that's bad news for you," Anne Kandra, PC World Magazine, 7/05
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"No budget for upgrades? Microsoft can help," Margie Semilof, SearchWin2000, 7/11/05
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"Selling -- and Profiting -- from SA: While controversial and sometimes confusing, Microsoft's Software Assurance (SA) licensing program can be a lucrative revenue stream for your business. The trick is learning the ins and outs and explaining them to potential clients," Doug Barney, Redmond ChannelPartner, 7/1/05
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"Crackdown Puts Corporations Executives in Legal Peril," Wall Street Journal, 6/20/05
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"When IT Vendors Merge: Here's how to anticipate and respond when a major supplier is getting swallowed up," ComputerWorld, Mary Brandel, 5/30/05
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"Microsoft Pardons Users of Pirated Windows [through June 2005]," Dan Hong, 5/12/05
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"Microsoft Simplifies the PUR Volume Licensing Documentation," Entmag.com, Scott Bekker, 5/12/05
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"Microsoft Pares Down Product-Licensing Complexities ," eWeek, Mary Jo Foley , 5/11/05
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"The BSA and SIIA Speak," Windows IT Pro, Adam Carheden, 4/26/05
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"More on MS Terminal Server Licensing," Brian Madden, 3/05
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"Steady As She Goes For IT Spending [in 2005]," CRN, 3/21/05
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"Microsoft Closes Activation Loophole [for OEM license keys]," BetaNews, 2/24/05
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"It Pays To Read License Agreements: Make a thousand bucks by reading the EULA!" 2/05
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"The Chargeback Conundrum Chargeback systems can help you manage IT costs, but some say the price is too high.," ComputerWorld Magazine, 2/14/05
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"A New Way To Manage Vendors," CIO Magazine, 2/1/05
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"Linux, Inc.," Business Week Magazine, 1/31/05
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"Chip advances blowing up software price assumptions," TechTarget, 1/31/05
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"Governments Prod Microsoft To Slash Prices," Wall Street Journal, 1/27/05
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"Microsoft: Legit Windows or no updates," CNet.com News, 1/25/05
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"IT execs divided on software cost trend: most expect continued hikes in application maintenance, support fees," ComputerWorld Magazine, 1/10/05
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"Multi-core Processors - Impact on Oracle Processor Licensing," Software Business Online, ( Executive Interview with Oracle's VP of Global Pricing and Licensing Strategy, Oracle Corporation), 1/05
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2004

"Taking a page from ITIL's best practices: A 44-volume set of guidelines published by the British government 12 years ago may forever change the way IT is managed," 12/24/04
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"Prune IT Systems, Not Budgets: If you want to cut costs but avoid painful consequences to the business, don't just slash IT spending; prune redundant systems, and make sure your CFO and CEO know why," CIO Magazine, 1/15/05
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"IDC Expects Worldwide Software Revenue Growth of 6.9% Annually Through 2008," IDC, 1/05
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"Microsoft License Tracking Tool Raises Few Worries," CRN Magazine, 1/3/05
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"Microsoft 'C3' Project Aims To Ease License Tracking: Customer Connection Center likened to a bank statement for licensing," CRN Magazine, 12/19/04
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"Intellectual Property Protection Bolsters Sales," CRN Magazine, 12/17/04
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"Driving licensing: Where once vendors attacked businesses for having insufficient software licensing, now they are helping with a more efficient management of the process," CRN Magazine, 12/13/04
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"IT Cost-Cutting Shifts to Software Enterprises reduce licenses for servers ," ComputerWorld Magazine, 12/13/04
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"SIIA[.com] Confers Record Reward to Software Piracy Whistleblower," 12/9/04
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"Vendors set to hike up licensing prices: Analyst predicts new technology will push up software costs [for IBM, Sybase, and Oracle]," Computer Reseller News, 11/29/04
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"Users, Vendors at Odds Over Software Pricing: Publishers prefer subscription-based licensing, but users do not, study shows," PC World, 11/19/04
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"Drag on High-Tech Recovery: Companies Do More With Less.
Some Still Reap Benefits of '90s Binge; Skipping the Latest Upgrade," Wall Street Journal, 11/9/04

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"Ask Microsoft: Simplifying software licenses," Win2000 News, 11/7/04
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"BSA defends itself against [Corporate IT Forum's] allegations: Organisation attacks claims that it is harrassing users," VuNet.com, 10/13/04
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"Users, Vendors at Odds Over Software Pricing: Publishers prefer subscription-based licensing, but users do not, study shows," PC World Magazine, 10/19/04
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"Almost One in Four Businesses Pirate Software: Violations appears to be commonplace, even though professionals agree it is risky," PC World Magazine, 10/14/04
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"BSA Pursuing 700 Software-Piracy Probes. Software publisher watchdog has hundreds of pending investigations into piracy by enterprises," ComputerWorld Magazine, 9/23/04
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"Rebel' Customers May Cut Into Profits At Big Software Firms," Wall Street Journal, 9/30/04
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"Can Software Makers Stop Valuable Customers From Pirating?," Donna Howell, Investor's Business Daily, 8/19/04
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"Cheap Copies: A Risky Bargain / Software industry rallies against pirate sites selling 'backup' copies of programs," PC World, 7/14/04
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"Why Is Total Cost Of Ownership (TCO) Important?," Darwin Magazine, 11/03
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"Forrester Research: US IT Spending Will Grow 7 Percent In 2005: Systems Management Software to See Largest Increases," Yahoo.com, 8/30/04
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"What Sarbanes-Oxley Means to IT," Windows Server System Magazine, 8/10/04
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"License to Change: Microsoft Executives vow to make licensing easier for all customers," CRN, 6/28/04
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"Pace of vendor audits said to be slowing Users increase self-auditing of software licenses; vendors seek to avoid conflicts," ComputerWorld Magazine, 8/2/04
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"Symantec Settles Suit: Papa B Enterprises to pay $3.2 million in alleged counterfeit case," CRN, 6/28/04
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"Software Licensing: Shift to Subscriptions Means More Choice for CIOs," CIO Magazine, 5/15/04
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"Tips to avoid over-purchasing software: Software licensing is a complex issue. Gartner offers tips for investing right," CNet Asia News, 4/14/04
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"In Cutthroat Software Industry, Vendors Slash Prices to Bone," Wall Street Journal (WSJ), 6/21/04
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"Managing assets: Setting up an asset management program may not be easy, but it can save your company big bucks," Network World, 5/22/00
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"Are you paying too much for software licenses?," Infoworld.com, 3/12/04
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"Windows NT, Exchange 5.5 Support Not Extended Under New Policy," ENT News, 6/2/04
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"Microsoft: Windows XP Service Pack Won't Run On Pirated Systems," Information Week, 5/13/04
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"Users gain flexibility and influence with new software pricing models," Information Week, 4/19/04
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"Ten-week Windows for Microsoft discounts," Vnunet.com, 4/19/04
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"Squeezing Microsoft: Security woes, product delays and licensing issues put customers in control," Kelly Jackson Higgins, VARBusiness, 4/15/04
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"Microsoft Ponders Server 'SuperCAL' For Next-Gen Product Wave," CRN, 4/4/04
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"Big Changes in Licensing: Microsoft mulls universal CAL, extranet options," CRN, 4/2/04
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"Managed licences may slip through the net," Network IT Week, 3/5/04
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"Supply & Demand: Software Pricing" eWeek, 2/26/04
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"Software licensing stretches its legs with significant changes," IndUS Business Journal, 2/15/04
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"Push for cheaper Microsoft deals now," Vnunet.com, 2/2/04
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"Licensing Lessons," CRN, 2/9/04
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"Steer clear of piracy," Network IT Week, 2/23/04
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"Push for cheaper Microsoft deals now," Vnunet.com, 2/2/04
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"Microsoft Under Pressure: Licensing Uncertainty Gives Customers Leverage on Discounting," Computer Reseller News (CRN), 2/2/04
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"Microsoft Under Pressure: Licensing uncertainty gives customers leverage on discounting," CRN, 1/30/04
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"Tell It to the Judge: The last thing you or your CEO needs is to be caught on the wrong side of the law, San Diego Times, 1/15/04
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"Large Software Customers Refuse to Get With the Program: Some Corporate Buyers Start To Resist Forced Upgrades, Higher Maintenance Fees," Wall Street Journal (WSJ), 1/2/04
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2003 / Earlier

"Killer clauses: The 'gotchas' in software contracts Software contracts are full of hot spots. Here are some tips for not getting burned," ComputerWorld Magazine, 12/1/03
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"Don't Let Software Piracy Shipwreck Your Company," Selzer Gurvitch Law Journal, 11-12/03
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"Engineering CIOs Find New Ways to Combat Unlicensed Software," American Council of Engineering Companies, 11-12/03
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"Ensure software license compliance prior to an audit," TechRepublic, 8/27/03
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"Software Audits: Don't Panic, Push Back Worried about a visit from the vendor's software police? Remember: Software audits are negotiable," ComputerWorld Magazine, 8/18/03
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"Don’t gamble your company on unlicensed software," Eric Schmidt, 7/25/03
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"Know your software assets," Computer Reseller News, 6/21/03
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"Vendors clamp down on license compliance," ComputerWorld Magazine, 6/16/03
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"Time bombs ticking in the cupboard," The Age (Australia), 6/16/03
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"Vendors clamp down on license compliance Software makers hope to offset sagging sales by enforcing existing contracts," ComputerWorld Magazine, 6/16/03
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"Software Compliance Pays, Sooner or Later," CIO magazine, 6/9/03
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"Agencies keep track of IT assets," Federal Computer Week (FCW), 5/12/03
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"Software Vendors the New IRS? Increasingly, software vendors are auditing their corporate customers," CFO Magazine, 3/17/03
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"CRM Software Licenses Go Unused By Large Percentage," Gartner Research, 3/6/03
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"Do Vendors Use Software Audits to Scare Up New Contracts?," CIO Magazine, 2/20/03
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"Squeeze play: CIOs look to rein in IT spending: Includes Improve procurement practices for IT products and services," ComputerWorld Magazine, 2/13/03
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"Microsoft loses showdown in Houston," USA Today, 1/21/03
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"Software licensing - what's the problem?" Computer Weekly, 2/12/02
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"Compliance stormtroopers at the gates / Small businesses beware: the Business Software Alliance may be stalking you," Computer User Magazine, 2/02
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"Risky Business: Tangling with the Business Software Alliance can mean big problems," San Francisco Chronicle, 2/7/02
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"Survey: Anger at Microsoft's new licensing," CNET.com, 10/7/01
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Quote: Giga analyst Laura DiDio emphasized that blame for Microsoft's difficult licensing includes "companies that have not properly audited the software they have or figured out what they think they should be paying. "This is a high-stakes poker game," she warned. "Pay attention. At the end of the day, you're the one's that'll have to negotiate with Microsoft. You have to come to the table armed with knowledge and from a position of strength."

"Why Austin TX is considering a Microsoft enterprise license," LinuxWorld Magazine, 8/20/01
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"Turning in the thieves," TechRepublic, 9/19/00
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"Freeze! This is a Software Raid: These days, even unwitting pirates are subject to big fines," Business Week, 3/3/97
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