Microsoft Product Terms update for July 2023
Microsoft has released an update to its Product Terms for July 2023. The update includes a number of changes, including:
- New specializations for Solutions Partners in the Microsoft Cloud Partner Program. Microsoft has added new specializations to the Business Applications, Digital and App Innovation, and Data and AI solution areas. These specializations will help partners to demonstrate their expertise in specific areas and to differentiate themselves from the competition.
- Renamed specialization. Microsoft has renamed the “Modernization of Web Applications with Microsoft Azure” specialization to “Migrate Enterprise Applications to Microsoft Azure.” This change reflects the fact that the specialization is now focused on helping partners to migrate their customers’ on-premises applications to Azure.
- Updates to the licensing terms for Microsoft 365. Microsoft has updated the licensing terms for Microsoft 365 to clarify how the product can be used in certain scenarios. For example, the updated terms now state that Microsoft 365 can be used to provide remote access to employees who are working from home.
- Other changes. The July 2023 update to the Microsoft Product Terms also includes a number of other changes, such as updates to the terms for the Microsoft Partner Network and the Microsoft Cloud Customer Agreement.
The full text of the July 2023 update to the Microsoft Product Terms is available on the Microsoft website.
What does this mean for you?
If you are a Microsoft customer, you should review the July 2023 update to the Microsoft Product Terms to see if there are any changes that affect you. For example, if you are a Solutions Partner, you should review the changes to the specializations in the Microsoft Cloud Partner Program to see if you are eligible for any new specializations.
If you have any questions about the July 2023 update to the Microsoft Product Terms, you can contact Microsoft support.
Stay up-to-date with Microsoft product terms
Microsoft regularly updates its product terms. To stay up-to-date with the latest changes, you can subscribe to the Microsoft Product Terms RSS feed. You can also find the latest product terms on the Microsoft website.
The July 2023 update to the Microsoft Product Terms includes a number of changes that affect Microsoft customers and partners. If you are affected by any of these changes, you should review the updated terms carefully. You can also contact Microsoft support if you have any questions.
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