Microsoft add a new section for each product category on the Product Terms website to make it easy to find related resources.
For instance, check out this link to the Microsoft Cloud App Security page (https://bit.ly/371z6Rb) where you can easily access the Licensing Datasheet as well as the relevant product and docs sites.
Visual Studio administrators assign Visual Studio subscriptions to users so that they can take advantage of all the benefits associated with a subscription. There’s a handy guide for administrators with lots of links to useful training and documentation resources which you can find here: https://bit.ly/3wzq6OA.
Partner Quotes is the new web-based tool for creating Enterprise Agreement quotes and orders. If you work for an LSP and need a resource kit, an overview presentation, a reference guide, and links to live training, then this is the page for you: http://bit.ly/1osi1DO.
There’s a Microsoft Volume Licensing Newsletter that you can sign up to. It’s released every one or two months and the April edition summarises the changes in SQL 2014 licensing. Previous editions have covered Dynamics CRM and the Server and Cloud Enrolment.
The April edition is here with a link to subscribe: http://bit.ly/Sgn923.