Microsoft is not reconsidering the cost structure of its thin client solution, WIndows Terminal Server (WTS), it claims.
Over the past few weeks, rumours have been rife in the industry that, due to user dissatisfaction with paying Windows NT prices for WTS, Microsoft is planning to reduce charges.
However, Frances Reay, Windows product marketing manager for Microsoft UK, commented: ?We have no plans to change pricing and never have had. Other than one or two isolated incidents, we?ve had no problem with customers complaining. There?s never been a rejection of WTS due to pricing.?
She added that the company is considering some changes in licence costs. ?One area is cutting licence pricing for companies whose employees work at home. The other is Internet licences. But these are not specific to WTS,? she said.
These changes are expected to be implemented in early 1999.
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