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CVLP is a transaction-based, volume-licensing program for the Crystal Reports software and Xcelsius software family of desktop products. CVLP removes the complexities of traditional licensing programs, while maintaining generous volume discounts. Discounts are given based on the number of units purchased per transaction, and different products can be combined.
Compare features, editions and basic hardware requirements of Server 2008 Release 2 Windows Server 2008 R2
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 (or ‘Release 2′) is Microsoft’s latest release of the Windows Server operating system. It boasts several new features as compared to the original release of Windows Server 2008, namely that it supports only 64-bit architecture.
For those seriously looking at producing music, this is the software for you. These advanced audio software programs include a complete multi-track recording program, real audio tracks, automation, effects, and anything else that is needed by a music producer or other professional.
There are many programs out there that allow you to create computer-based learning experiences and tutorials. But when it comes to professional e-learning software, there are two that stand out among the rest: Adobe Captivate and Camtasia Studio.
In this e-learning software review we will cover the top two paid e-learning programs out there, as well as a more serious and robust suite.
Learn How to Create a Report and Print it in Crystal Reports 2008
Crystal Reports 2008 is a popular database reporting tool, and for good reason. This powerful and dynamic tool allows you to design, explore visualize and deliver reports. They can be viewed on the web or embedded in enterprise applications, and printing Crystal Reports is a breeze.
With various editions of Microsoft Visio 2010 and Visio 2007 available, many are asking, “Which edition of Visio is right for me? What does Visio 2010 do that Visio 2007 doesn’t? What’s the difference between Visio Standard vs Professional vs Premium?” Without a little guidance, choosing can be very difficult. This Visio Comparison Guide is designed to compare the key features in each version and edition and help simplify your shopping experience.
If you’re looking for basic home computing needs like email and internet access, check out Vista Home Basic. For advanced home computing needs including digital entertainment, connectivity, and mobility, Vista Home Premium might be more your style. There is also an Ultimate Edition for small businesses or those who want all the features including mobility, home entertainment features, advanced data backup and theft protection and more.