Lane Shelton

Lane Shelton

Lane Shelton is Vice President of Software Business Development at Connection with over 18 years of experience in the areas of Microsoft technology and licensing, software asset management, cloud computing, and software investment management. In addition, he is an SIIA-certified software asset management professional. When he has free time, Lane enjoys old-school PC gaming.

Windows XP End-of-Life Lessons for Windows Server 2003 Migrations

Windows Server 2003 has been a stable and reliable operating system that enterprises have depended on for years, but it’s coming to its end-of-life shortly. Sound familiar? Companies went through…

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Consider Your Windows Server 2003 Upgrade

Enterprises migrating from Windows Server 2003 face a bewildering world of options, with most of those residing in the cloud. For those IT departments trying to determine the best way…

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Windows Server 2003 Goes EOL

IT professionals face two fundamental challenges every day: 1) Keeping their enterprise’s network running, and 2) Keeping it secure. Which is why it’s so important for enterprises still relying on…

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Could a Microsoft EA Save You 45%?

I can’t promise you that one blog post is going to give you all the information you need about Microsoft’s Enterprise Agreement (EA). But I can promise that you’ll learn…

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The Truth About Microsoft Enterprise Agreements

Chances are, if you have more than 250 devices at your organization, you have heard the Enterprise Agreement (EA) pitch more than once. In fact, I agree hands down you…

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