There’s an updated Volume Licensing Reference Guide from Microsoft which, as usual, you can find here: http://bit.ly/MSLicensingGuides.
What’s new? Well, the main changes are updates for the Enterprise Agreement minimums changing to 500 PCs/users and the ongoing retirement of Select Plus.
There’s a new (May 2016) Enrolment for Education Solutions Volume Licensing Guide. However, don’t be misled by the title – it’s not just the EES signed under CASA that’s covered, but also the Open Value Subscription – Education Solutions (OVS-ES) agreement.
It’s a comprehensive 27 pages of education licensing loveliness and has useful sections (among others) on Platform Online Services, the Student Use Benefit, the Server Platform option, and the Student option.
Find this guide in the Volume Licensing Programs section of our Licensing Guides store: http://bit.ly/MSLicensingGuides.
There’s a July 2015 Volume Licensing Guide released by Microsoft giving a broad introduction to both program licensing and product licensing.
It covers agreements for commercial, government, nonprofit, and academic customers as well as those aimed at software and service partners.
There’s a nice table on page 19 comparing the commercial programs which is a useful summary. The product licensing section of the document isn’t updated for Windows 10 yet, but again is a good overview of how the licensing works for each product.
Get this guide here: http://bit.ly/1MMvySK.