People say, “The only constant in IT is change,” and that holds true in the licensing world. It’s hard to keep up with how software is being licensed, and that’s why companies like to depend on their IT providers like PCS to guide their decisions and keep them compliant.
One product that a lot of companies depend on is Windows Server. While you may think it’s as simple as purchasing a perpetual license, like what comes included with a desktop PC, its way more complicated. There are 4 major considerations when licensing Windows Server: your server’s CPU(s) size, the edition, if you have a virtualized environment, and what services your server will be running.