Church and Dwight move Windows Server licenses to Azure for cost optimization

When you use @MicrosoftAzure Hybrid Benefit, you can bring your own license to Azure to keep costs low. Learn how Church and Dwight, the major American manufacturer of household products, uses Azure for cost optimization and strategic planning for the future.

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Why run Windows Server on Azure? Find out from Church and Dwight, the major American manufacturer of household products. In this video, learn about the benefits of running their Windows Servers on Azure, the saving on costs by leveraging Azure Hybrid Benefit, and their short and long-term strategic goals.

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