And we\u2019re back with more of the latest and greatest news and opinions on all things Microsoft. From staying up to the minute on Windows 10 to getting the most out of Office 365 to getting prepared for Windows Server 2003 EOS, we\u2019ve got all the information you know you want, right here.\nAnalysts Highlight Microsoft Windows Per-User\u00a0Licensing Nuances for Organizations\nOrganizations likely will need a little guidance with Microsoft rolling out its new Windows per-user licensing, coming next month.By Kurt MackieRedmondMag.comNovember 14, 2014\nHow to get the latest build for Windows 10\nMicrosoft keeps enhancing each new build for its Windows 10 Technical Preview. Here's how to ensure you're running the latest editionBy Lance WhitneyCNETNovember 14, 2014\nHomeland Security Alerts on End of Windows Server 2003 support\nAn alert from US-CERT (the Computer Emergency Readiness Team) warns of dangerous consequences for organizations that continue to run Windows Server 2003 R2.By Larry SeltzerZDNet.comNovember 13, 2014\nFree Office in the cloud? Read this first.\n"Office is free for you to use on your smartphone or tablet if, and only if you are not using it for commercial purposes [and] you are not performing advanced editing."By Jeffery SchwartzRedmondMag.comNovember 4, 2014\nOffice 365 Business Users Getting New 'Clutter' E-Mail Feature\nMicrosoft is now starting to roll out its new "Clutter" e-mail prioritization feature to its Office 365 business users.By Kurt MackieRedmondMag.comNovember 12, 2014\nMicrosoft Rebrands Lync as 'Skype for Business'; Readies 2015 Releases\nMicrosoft is rebranding its unified-communications line-up from Lync to Skype for Business, and is readying the next releases of those products for the first half of 2015.By Mary Jo FoleyZDNet.comNovember 11, 2014\nMicrosoft Demos Disaster Recovery Feature Slated for Windows Server\nStorage Replica, which Microsoft sometimes calls Windows Volume Replication (or WVR) provides block-level, synchronous replication between servers or cluster to provide disaster recovery.By Jeffery SchwartzRedmondMag.comNovember 3, 2014\nMicrosoft Intune Updates Arriving This Week\nMicrosoft is rolling out November updates to its Intune device management service this week, starting today.By Kurt MackieRedmondMag.comNovember 17, 2014\nMicrosoft Identity Manager Preview Now Available\nMicrosoft announced the preview release today of its latest identity and access management product.By Kurt MackieRedmondMag.comNovember 18, 2014\nFinally, just for fun\u2026 Tech Turkeys for 2014\nBy Roger ChengCNETNovember 26, 2014\nIf you're thinking about Office 365, we recommend taking our Office 365 Online Readiness Assessment. This template was designed by our experts to answer your question: Is my organization ready for Office 365?