There’s an updated (January 2020) Dynamics 365 Licensing Guide. The main change is an update for the recently announced Dynamics 365 Virtual Agent for Customer Service on page 18 – see our blog for more details: http://bit.ly/LSBlogD365VACS.
There’s also confirmation added on page 21 that Asset Management for up to 100 assets is included in the base Supply Chain Management capability. Find this guide here: http://bit.ly/D365LGJan2020.
There’s a slightly updated SQL Server 2019 Licensing Guide with some minor corrections and the inclusion of CSP as a purchasing channel. Find the guide here: http://bit.ly/SQL2019LGNov-2.
There’s an updated (November 2019) PowerApps and Flow Licensing Guide. There are only small changes to this guide since the main changes to PowerApps and Flow licensing happened in October 2019. Find the changes detailed in the Change Log on page 21, and note that this guide isn’t yet updated for the renaming of Flow to Power Automate. Get this latest guide here: http://bit.ly/PowAppLGNov2019.
There are significant changes to PowerApps and Flow licensing from 1 October, 2019 so the Licensing Guide is updated accordingly. Find the summary of changes to the licensing on page 1, and find the guide itself here: http://bit.ly/MSLicensingGuides.
There’s an updated (October 2019) Dynamics 365 Mixed Reality Licensing Guide. The main change is the inclusion of Dynamics 365 Guides, new capability which gives employees holographic instructions as they learn new tasks. Find this new guide here: http://bit.ly/MSLicensingGuides.
There’s an updated (October 2019) Dynamics 365 Licensing Guide which reflects the significant licensing changes applicable from 1 October, 2019. The Dynamics plans are removed throughout, and the new base and attach licences are detailed on page 5 with a summary table on page 64. There are also sections added for new functionality such as Fraud Protection, as well as countless smaller changes which you’ll find detailed in the Change Log on page 66. Find this guide at http://bit.ly/MSLicensingGuides.
Microsoft announce that Extended Security Updates for Windows 7 will be available to purchase through the CSP program from 1 December, 2019. Find the announcement here: http://bit.ly/35gkQ57, and the latest
FAQ in the Desktop section of our Licensing Guides emporium: http://bit.ly/MSLicensingGuides.
There’s an updated (October 2019) Dynamics 365 Business Central Licensing Guide. You’ll find it updated for the PowerApps licensing changes that will happen in October 2019, as well as a useful table added on page 10 to show the difference in use rights between the different levels of Business Central licences.
Find this guide here: http://bit.ly/MSLicensingGuides.
There’s an updated (July 2019) PowerApps and Flow Licensing Guide with text added to indicate that the Common Data Service will allow integration with Outlook and SharePoint. Find out more about the facilities enabled for app users here: http://bit.ly/2KIntEm, and find the guide in the brand new PowerApps and Flow section at http://bit.ly/MSLicensingGuides.
There’s an updated (August 2019) Dynamics 365 Licensing Guide with the changes focusing on two main areas. Firstly, for Forms Pro, there’s clarification on page 26 that Forms Pro survey respondents don’t need to be licensed as long as the survey designer is licensed, and there’s a handy table on page 55 showing the differences between Forms and Forms Pro. Secondly, AI for Sales becomes Sales Insights, and there’s a new Call Intelligence Add-on which adds an additional 1,000 hours of conversation intelligence per month, detailed on page 51.
As usual, you can find this guide here: http://bit.ly/MSLicensingGuides.