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Some experts doubt Microsoft’s plan to simplify licencing

Microsoft's new Products and Services Agreement is not the transformation it was billed to be, says analyst

Rogers CEO urges early spectrum auction

It's been less than two years since the last spectrum auction, but already incumbent wireless carriers are facing off against startups. Find out why

Office 2010 upgrade could help some cut licence fees

Office 2003 users should welcome an upgrade, while Office 2007 users should take a pass, Info-Tech said. Plus, how both camps can actually cut down on Office licence seats and move some employees to OpenOffice

Globalive blasts incumbents at ownership hearing

Startup says Bell, Rogers, Telus are trying to block competition. Meanwhile, an industry analyst suspects one of the trio may stall Globalive with an appeal to Ottawa

Cellular carriers demand relief from spectrum fees

As Industry Canada reviews its policy on wireless licence fees and renewals, the industry is demanding a significant overhaul. Read why an telecom analyst says carriers have a lot of nerve asking for drastic cuts

Ottawa ready to push high-speed wireless data services

Industry Canada wants to hear from licence holders why it shouldn't force them to start delivering advanced wireless services. A telecommunications analyst says its about time.

Who’s counting your licences?

With software purchasing gone virtual, counting software is no longer a walk in the park. Experts share the benefits and complexities of licence tracking

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