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We’ll be back soon—blog hiatus while migrating to new platform

We are ready for a Coffee Break, but we’ll be back soon!


The Coffee Coaching blog will be on a short hiatus as we migrate to a brighter new platform. This will start September 18, 2015 and should be completed by September 28. After the migration, you will still be able to access the Coffee Coaching blog via our current URL.



NEW Post-Sale Windows Server 2012 Standard Additional Licenses!

On September 28th, 2015 new ‘After Point of Sale’ (APOS) Windows Server Standard Edition Additional Licenses Part Numbers will be available from HP, for both HP Factory builds, Distribution and Reseller Partners. Today's blog will show you all the benefits these will bring to you and your customers.



HP FAQ for Microsoft OEM licensing—Windows Server (now available in 11 languages!)

Have questions about Windows Server licensing? Good news: we bet you can find the answer in HP’s FAQ document for Microsoft OEM Licensing—Windows Server. Even better news: this guide is now available in 11 languages: English, Mandarin (China), German, Spanish (Spain), French, Italian, Korean, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish (Latam), and Japanese2015-09-14-Blog-699x466.pngnese.

OEM Licensing: A closer look at CALs, Downgrades, and Virtualization

In this week’s edition of our HP OEM Licensing blog series, we look beyond the Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 OEM licensing structure to learn more about Client Access Licenses (CALs), downgrades, and virtualization.



OEM Licensing: How many licenses do I need?

In this week’s edition of our OEM Licensing series, we take a closer look at additive licenses and how to calculate how many total licenses are needed to provide optimal server performance that will support your customers’ IT and business requirements.



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