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Microsoft Dynamics – Global Pricelist License Segments Added

November 16, 2015 Leave a comment

Microsoft Dynamics Global Pricing is available online and helpful if you need to know the price list for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Dynamics Marketing, Social Engagement and Parature in multiple counties and currencies around the world.

Just recently Microsoft has added the License Segments to this listing, which helps if you would like to know pricing for the following Segments:

  • Charity
  • Commercial
  • Education
  • Government

Types

You can view the global price list here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics/pricing-list.aspx

 

Greg Olsen
YellowDuckGuy

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM – Feature list breakdown by Professional, Basic and Essential CAL

The image below outlines the feature list breakdown under Professional, Basic and Essential Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Client Access License (CAL).

From this list is easy to determine what features you get access to under each CAL for CRM 2013 when deciding if you need the Professional, Basic or Essential CAL.

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Greg Olsen
YellowDuckGuy

Microsoft Dynamics CRM – Salesforce & Oracle Competitor Price Comparison Tool

January 6, 2014 Leave a comment

Short blog post to make reference to a handy Competitor Price Comparison tool from Microsoft. Compare CRM systems from Salesforce.com and Oracle with Microsoft Dynamics CRM.

Find the Competitor Price Comparison tool at the link below.
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics/crm-price-comparison.aspx

 

PriceComparision

Greg Olsen
YellowDuckGuy

Visual Studio 2012 – Licensing Information & Whitepapers

October 24, 2012 1 comment

Microsoft has recently released a whitepaper outlining information regarding the licensing of Visual Studio and how this relates to users and the Team Foundation Server (TFS) environment. Licensing can be mind blowing at the best of times, so hopefully this white paper helps you out.

Below is a section taken from the whitepaper to give you an overview before downloading the files located below.

Introduction
Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 provides a comprehensive, highly flexible set of application lifecycle management (ALM) tools. With the introduction of Visual Studio 2012, Microsoft made significant changes to simplify the product line and make improvements in Visual Studio Team Foundation Server licensing.   Important new capabilities have been introduced,
including storyboarding, end user feedback, sprint planning and backlog management, production load testing, use of IntelliTrace in production, and more.

The remainder of this paper provides an overview of the Visual Studio product line and the licensing requirements for those products in common deployment scenarios.

Visual Studio 2012 Licensing Overview
With Visual Studio 2012 there are essentially two things for which you purchase licenses:
1.  Users.
2.  The Visual Studio Team Foundation Server environment.

(2012, http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=13350)

Downloads

Note: Same file to download but in different file formats of .docx, .pdf & .xps

Hope this helps!

Greg Olsen
Yellow Duck Guy