Microsoft Tweaks Office 2013 Licensing After Outcry
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Faye Kane, homeless brain
Faye Kane, homeless brain,
User Rank: Strategist
3/12/2013 | 3:09:26 AM
re: Microsoft Tweaks Office 2013 Licensing After Outcry
" "Whether Microsoft saw the reasonableness of the protests, or the negative impact on sales,"

Surely you jest!

J. Nicholas Hoover
J. Nicholas Hoover,
User Rank: Apprentice
3/8/2013 | 1:09:23 PM
re: Microsoft Tweaks Office 2013 Licensing After Outcry
It's sort of hard to believe that Microsoft didn't see this one coming.
Drew Conry-Murray
Drew Conry-Murray,
User Rank: Ninja
3/6/2013 | 10:12:41 PM
re: Microsoft Tweaks Office 2013 Licensing After Outcry
It's good to see that some old-fashioned "public outcry" can have an effect. Sometimes it's wise to listen to your customers.

Drew Conry-Murray
Editor, Network Computing

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