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Where’s Rich? – May 5, 2016

This week I have been mostly…in Nashville, Tennessee! Music City, USA was my home for 3 nights as I trained a fantastic group of reps on Microsoft Volume Licensing programs, Office 365 E5, Windows 10 and Azure. The combination of Northern + Tennessean accents worked surprisingly well (!) and we spent 2 great days learning about licensing, positioning and selling some of the key parts of the Microsoft product stack. As well as being enthusiastic trainees, I have to compliment Nashville on its food – burgers, fried chicken, mac & cheese, pie (I did have some fruit & veg too,…

Rich In Dublin

Where’s Rich? – April 28, 2016

I spent a couple of days in Dublin, training new hires on an intro to volume licensing programs as well as getting started in licensing and selling Office 365 & Azure. Unfortunately, I didn’t get the chance to go into the city centre so I have yet to experience Dublin “proper”, I did however discover a great local beer called “The 5 Lamps” 🙂

Licensing School Books

Tell us which books you want to see next

As many of you know, we’ve currently got two types of licensing reference books: Our Quick Lessons in Licensing series – designed to teach you a topic Our Essential Licensing Questions series – designed to make it easy for you to find answers to licensing questions on a particular topic Right now, we’re firming up the 2016/2017 schedule for writing and releasing more books in each series. We’d love to get your input as to which ones you’d like to see next, so please do spend a couple of minutes letting us know your preferences in the survey below. Create…

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Welcome to the Licensing School Common Room

With the launch of our brand new website (yay!) – we are pleased to announce we have also opened the Licensing School Common Room (yay again!). This is a place where we can all get to know each other a bit better – you’ll be able to see behind the scenes here at Licensing Towers and get a sense of what we’re up to when we’re travelling etc, but we also want to use this blog to develop a licensing community. So, (licensing-related!) contributions are welcome from all, and we’ll be setting up some discussions so that we can better…