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Submission + - Microsoft Goes after Enterprise Customers, Raises Licensing Prices (paritynews.com)

hypnosec writes: Microsoft is trying to make up for below expected earnings following Windows 8’s and Surface RT’s lack luster adoption rates by increasing the prices of its products between 8 and 400 per cent it has been revealed. Trying to make more out of its enterprise customers who are tied under its Software Assurance payment model, Microsoft has increased user CALs pricing 15 per cent; SharePoint 2013 pricing by 38 per cent; Lync Server 2013 pricing by 400 per cent; Project 2013 Server CAL by 21 per cent.
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Microsoft Goes after Enterprise Customers, Raises Licensing Prices

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