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Microsoft Open Volume Licensing Microsoft Open Volume Licensing offers deep discounts for businesses making large purchases. Open Volume goes by a point system and requires a minimum initial order of 500 points within a product pool. Product Pools are separated into three categories – Applications, Systems, or Servers. To see a list of all the porducts with the product pool they belong to, see Open Volume Licenses. Each license carries a unit value of at least one point; with many licenses counting for higher unit values.
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.
You hear about computer hacking everywhere these days. But just what is computer hacking? And how can you prevent computer hackers from stealing your personal information? Use this guide to learn about computer hacking, how it can affect you and how you can take proactive measures to protect yourself.
Tax Season is just around the corner…do you know how you’re going to file your tax return? This comprehensive guide explains the different ways to file your taxes including the best tax preparation software as well as other options – free and paid. Follow the links to the various types of income tax filing software, or read on to learn about other ways to file your taxes.
Ok, you’ve decided to go with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. That’s great! But, which edition? Have no fear, the Visual Studio 2010 Edition Comparison is here! This guide will help you compare visual studio editions by providing you with a simple, easy-to-follow outline of the different versions to help you make an informed decision.
Last week Microsoft introduced Windows 8 to the public via a developer preview build . Featuring the new Metro UI, Windows 8 definitely embraces touch technology. Despite the generally glowing reviews available all over the internet (especially for a pre-beta build), people want more. The question on everyone’s lips is, “When is the Windows 8 release date?”
Microsoft has a new slogan to go with their upcoming operating system: “Windows reimagined.” After watching Steven Sinofsky’s keynote address at the BUILD developer conference held last week, all I can say is “WOW!”
During the address, viewers got to witness Windows 8 in action (an early developer build, anyway). If Microsoft did nothing else to improve Windows 8 and launched this developer build tomorrow, it would probably be an instant success. If you’ve ever used the Windows Phone 7, the UI will be very familiar. The live tiles are back, and better than ever. Very modern and sleek, the interface provides the user with all their important apps, photos, and more within a simple swipe or tap of the finger. Not a fan of the billboard-style flood of information? Windows 8 is fully customizable to mimic the more static Windows 7 design.