New Microsoft License Management Education at the IBSMA SAM Summit in Chicago, June 8-10, 2015
IBSMA Partners with Broomstick on New Comprehensive Microsoft Education
The International Business Software Managers Association and established software licensing education provider Broomstick are pleased to announce a partnership to deliver Microsoft license management training at the 13th annual SAM Summit in Chicago, June 8-10.
As part of the 60-plus session Summit program, attendees can hear Stewart Rozas, director of licensing training programs at Broomstick in Microsoft Software Assurance: More than New Software Versions on June 9.
The optional, post-Summit full-day course, Practitioners Certificate in Microsoft License Management (PCMLM), June 10, is hosted by Stewart Rozas, a Microsoft-certified licensing professional, who spent several years managing volume licensing compliance programs in Microsoft’s U.S. license and contract compliance organization.
This is an excellent opportunity to learn about Microsoft enterprise licensing and solutions directly from former Microsoft licensing and compliance professionals, who, with their 45 years of experience, have managed over 4,000 Microsoft software licensing audits at companies of all sizes and industries, and now, as independent Microsoft license experts, enable organizations and companies to realize the full potential of their software investment.
The course covers Microsoft Office Licensing, Windows and SQL Server licensing, and Exchange licensing. Attendees will also learn best practices for managing Microsoft licenses to avoid common mistakes that cost money and create compliance risks. Details
Join us in Chicago for SAM Summit 2015, June 8-10. Visit SAMSummit.com.
For more information on Broomstick, visit broomstick.guru.
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