Cost-Effective SQL Server Client Licensing Can Be A Difficult Target To Hit


SQL server client licensing is complicated. Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, Christopher Barnett, explains why companies often get tripped up by Microsoft's licensing rules for SQL server and other server software products.

Christopher suggests businesses work with experienced licensing counsel when planning new SQL Server architecture and assessing existing deployments for license-compliance purposes.

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