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does Nice NIM 4.1 SMB support multi-tenant licensing?

does Nice NIM 4.1 SMB support multi-tenant licensing?

does Nice NIM 4.1 SMB support multi-tenant licensing?

(OP)
Hello tek-tippers

does Nice NIM 4.1 SMB​ support multi-tenant licensing?

Its the first time we are going with multitenancy

the idea that we can have Nice with the SaaS model sounds very cool. (at least on paper)

However we are trying to put 2 customer in a single box, and they need both summed less than 20 channels

i.e. they fit inside a SMB box.

but, is there any limitation in SMB regarding Multi tenants?

Service Provider's Guide for Multi-Tenant NIM 4.1.pdf
pages 50, 51 and 52 talk about the multi tenants, but make no distinction if SMB or not.

Thanks a lot.

=== having a NICE time with NICE ===

RE: does Nice NIM 4.1 SMB support multi-tenant licensing?

Multi tenancy is not officially a licensed feature in NIM SMB. It can be achieved via careful profile creation and user assignment.

RE: does Nice NIM 4.1 SMB support multi-tenant licensing?

(OP)
I think that is almost sure than is NOT supported for SMB.

for the one interested in this Service Provider thing, it will be a webinar in the following days
http://bit.ly/1t4AuJV

=== having a NICE time with NICE ===

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