Microsoft Licensing customers rejoice! Microsoft has released on-premise versions of Office 2013, Exchange 2013, Lync 2013, SharePoint 2013, and Visio 2013 for purchase. Take advantage of the latest features these products have to offer and be at the forefront of your industry.
The build up to Windows 8 has been a long one, and customers are finally being given the chance to upgrade their PCs to Microsoft’s newest generation of Operating System.
We here at SoftwareMedia know that upgrading to a new system can be both expensive and troublesome, so -for a limited time- we are excited to offer our customers an opportunity to save big on Windows 8 upgrade licenses.
Microsoft has recently announced that pricing for all Microsoft Open License User CALs will increase by 15%. This comes as a shock to many IT professionals, because in the past, Microsoft has generally offered both User and Device CALs at roughly the same price.
This price change doesn’t go into effect until December 1st, however, so there is still time! Act now, and save on Microsoft User CALs while you still can.
The next release of Microsoft’s Office Suite (codenamed “Office 15”), is still early in the development stage, and rumors of an “Office 2015 release date” are merely speculation, but there are solid pieces of information that we’ve come across which are of great benefit. In particular: how participants of Microsoft’s Open Licensing Program can get a free upgrade to Office 15 when it’s released.
Microsoft Open Business Licensing
[one_sixth][/one_sixth] [five_sixth_last]Microsoft Open Business Licensing allows businesses to purchase Microsoft products at discount prices with a minimum of just five licenses. One of the benefits of Open Business compared to Open Volume is that you don’t need such a large up-front volume commitment, but you still get the savings and convenience of the licensing program. After your initial order with SoftwareMedia you can purchase additional licenses within the program with no minimum quantity, as long as you are within your two year term.[/five_sixth_last]
The Microsoft Open Government program offers Federal, State, Local and other government agencies substantial discounts over commercial customers. Microsoft Open Government is available through either of the following programs:
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.