Microsoft has announced that it will be sending thousands of audit request letters to its licensing customer base. If you haven’t received a Microsoft letter announcing an audit request yet, you very likely will before the end of 2014. This can be an intimidating task to take on for some businesses, but it doesn’t have…
With the release of Microsoft SQL Server 2012, the licensing model for this software has been changed considerably for the sake of simplicity, as well as accomodation of the various features and price-points of the various editions.
Symantec Express Program (SEP) offers licensing options for most Symantec software products for small to mid-sized companies. Symantec Express features a low minimum requirement, and is based on Band Levels where the more you buy, the more you save.
Microsoft SQL Server 2012 is a cloud ready information platform. With SQL Server 2012, Microsoft continues to offer a variety of licensing options aligned with how customers typically purchase specific workloads. The Server+CAL (client access license) licensing model provides the option to license users or devices and then have low cost access to incremental SQL Server deployments.
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.
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What Microsoft’s Open Value Licensing Program is:
As offered by the computer giant Microsoft, there are three types of software licensing agreements that are based on the volumes of the software to be used in a particular organization. Microsoft Open Licensing has the benefit of being very useful for the users wanting flexible payment agreements with their licensing purchases. This guide will go over some of the most common Microsoft Open Value FAQs.