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Updates in Software Assurance and new terms to support hosted solutions

In May 2022, Microsoft’s President and Vice Chair Brad Smith announced important changes to Microsoft’s outsourcing and hosting terms. These changes were thought to help customers work with partners more easily, to receive the licenses and subscriptions needed for access to complex, hosted solutions, like desktop solutions.  In 2019, Microsoft updated their licensing terms for…

Venti Exchange Client Portal: Self-manage your Microsoft Licenses

Venti Exchange C3 Portal is an advanced client portal that allows our customers to submit support tickets, project reports, self-managed billing, and more. Here you can manage your Microsoft 365 subscriptions or any other Microsoft licenses you have purchased with Venti Exchange.  Sign-in from ventiexchange.com by clicking on the Portal Login button that is located…

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The Microsoft CSP program for your Microsoft Cloud Licenses

The well-known Microsoft Enterprise Agreement (EA) has been a long-preferred option for organizations that could meet its minimum requirements. However, since the Microsoft CSP (Cloud Solution Provider) program came out in 2014, it has brought flexibility for Microsoft licensing purchases.   Microsoft CSP is the best licensing option for organizations with up to 500 users to…

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Microsoft Cloud for Financial Services

In this article, part of our Microsoft Industry Solutions series, we will cover the financial services industry. Microsoft Cloud for Financial Services provides tools that help manage data and comply with all the requirements of this highly regulated industry. These focused solutions facilitate security, compliance, and interoperability.  How?  Delivering differentiated experiences accelerating loyalty, growth, and profitability through…