Microsoft adds support, some flexibility to Software Assurance


In a move that is seen as concilliatory for the large software maker, Microsoft has annouced changes to its controversial Software Assurance program.

CNET is running an article describing the changes and intended effects.

The revisions don't decrease pricing or make it more flexible, but do add support, training, and in some cases the ability to run software on home computers for people whose companies own the software at work.