Cisco's enterprise agreement takes the stress out of software licensing

Tom Allen
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Cisco has an interesting twist on the traditional 'truing-up' process
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Cisco has an interesting twist on the traditional 'truing-up' process

Cisco's been threatening to move to software for years - and it just might have taken its first steps

Today, software dominates IT. It is present in almost every part of the industry, and most IT products are sold at least partly as software. Enterprise agreements (EAs) have become part and parcel of...

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