Microsoft may have started something new by attempting to charge its customers for software that uses its application programming interfaces APIs. Microsoft APIs are used by partner companies and independent software vendors to connect their software solutions to Microsoft software. The prospect that it may be an extra licensing cost for organizations to use third party software solutions that connect with Microsoft products may be an emerging trend. This notion was unearthed by Tom Arbuthnot,...

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