Microsoft changes rules on software licensing

Kibbe, Cindy
September 2002
New Hampshire Business Review;9/6/02, Vol. 24 Issue 19, p1B
Reports on the licensing policy changes of Microsoft Corporation. Reason behind the policy changes; Implications of the changes on most companies; Public reaction to the prospect of paying more and upgrading Microsoft's timetable; Statement issued by Microsoft on who will actually save money under the policy.


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