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Microsoft Ignite in the rear-view mirror: What we learned

Microsoft this year treated its big Ignite event as more of a marketing presentation than a full-fledged conference, offering up a variety of announcements that affect Windows users, as well as large enterprises and their networks. (The show was a hybrid affair, with a small in-person option and online access for those unable to travel. I “attended” online.)

At these kinds of events, I always look for products I might need in my home or office, as well as any licensing changes that will affect my yearly budget. I have a mixture of licenses, from one-time purchases to three-year volume licensing to annual 365 licenses — so keeping track of each can be daunting.

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Source:: Computerworld