[clug-talk] Why is Software Assurance so bad.

Darren L xlr8me at gmail.com
Tue May 23 08:06:13 PDT 2006

Finding credible resources might be difficult.

Finding unbiased credible resources might be even harder.

Try starting here [ http://www.cio.com/sponsors/091503ms/complete.pdf ] and
doing a standard cost-benefit analysis for your company.  Lay it down in
clear numbers based on your particular company's usage.

On 5/23/06, Roy Souther <roy at silicontao.com> wrote:
>  I need help. This guy I work with is trying to spend tons of money to buy
> M$ Software Assurance in the hope that some how Vista will run on systems
> that can barely run XP.
> I need URL's for real reason not to buy M$ Software Assurance. As most of
> us already know, M$ is only trying to get more money out of people with
> this.
>   *Royce Souther <roy at SiliconTao.com>*
> *www.SiliconTao.com*
> Let Open Source help your business move beyond.
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