When Microsoft launched their New Commerce Experience (NCE), its goal was to provide customers greater choice and flexibility with license purchasing. For the past 10 years, licensees had the option to cancel anytime without penalty, add or reduce seats as required, pay per day, or choose annual terms for seat-based offers in the Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) Program.
Microsoft’s New Commerce Experience and How it Affects You
Age of Web Conferencing: Benefits of Switching to Online
Even before the Covid-19 outbreak many businesses were not fully leveraging what we consider to be one of the most invaluable tools in your organization.
Microsoft Self-Service Purchase for Power Platform Products and How to Block it using PowerShell
Welcome! If you’re here reading this, chances are you’re looking for some information about Microsoft’s recent announcement pertaining to self-service purchasing capabilities in Office 365. If that’s the case, you’re in the right place! Ever since the announcement for MC193609 showed up in Office 365 message centers, I’ve been fielding questions from clients about what to do; so I took this opportunity to summarize the recent history of this roadmap item and offer a few tips on how to make sure your organization is ready for the January 2020 rollout.