BOredAtWork writes "According to this, MS is attempting to remove the "concurrent clauses" from the BackOffice license agreement. Basically, the concurrent license agreement is when you buy less copies of software than you have employees, because they don't all use it at the same time. MS used to license office this way, but after Office Everywhere, they changed that license too. This could potentially mean millions of dollars to any business that upgrades their Back Office suite. Does anyone else think that charge-less-than-competition-until-your-product-is-everywhere sounds like a monopolistic tendancy? Hrm... "