The facts about Windows licensing in schools

If you are planning on buying some new PCs for your education institution, you should check that your school is properly licensed for genuine Windows software. It’s a good idea to check that your existing PCs are also compliant. Each PC running Windows desktop software needs to have its own full Windows desktop license. It’s…

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New to subscription licensing? Get 50% off your first year…

For schools running Windows XP and old versions of Microsoft Office we are now offering schools a HALF PRICE trade-in agreement, letting you both get up-to-date this summer and get 50% discount off your first year. The “UTD” (Up To Date) offer is available to any school who has never had a subscription license agreement…

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Help your organization using Microsoft Hyper-V

Dave Coleman from SharePointEduTech Ltd ,user and ‘guru’ of Microsoft Hyper-V Microsoft Hyper-V and virtulization, has written a guest blog post on the benefits and commonly asked questions in regards to moving your old servers to virtual servers.   I always think that it is a good idea to look back so you can see…

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BETT 2012: Microsoft Licensing & EES

Have some questions about our licensing and, in particular, EES? We can help! Visit our stand at BETT 2012 and let one of our licencing specialists walk you through the best options for you and your institution. Get answers to the following questions, and more: Who can buy education licences? The different types of educational…

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Start of a new week: OneNote App's and More!

Happy Monday Folks! Hope you all had a great weekend! Just a quick post to kick-start the week. For those of you using an iPhone, OneNote is now available for IOS. Much like OneNote within the full Office Hub on Windows Phone, the IOS version allows you to create text, voice and picture based notes…

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Software Licensing Training Course at Stockton Sixth Form College, 5th August 2011

Do you want to know more about EES (Enrolment for Education Solutions)? Do you need to know more about Microsoft licensing, including: Client/Server Licensing What’s a CAL Core CAL Suite Enterprise CAL Suite Device CAL & User CAL Processor Licensing (inc Multi-Core) External Connectors/Internet Licences Terminal Services/RDS Work @ Home / Home Use Programme Student…

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MICROSOFT EES/LICENSING WORKSHOP FROM VIGLEN - ROYAL GRAMMAR SCHOOL HIGH WYCOMBE, 22nd July 2011

Do you want to know more about EES (Enrolment for Education Solutions)? Do you need to know more about Microsoft licensing, including: Client/Server Licensing Work @ Home / Home Use Programme Student Licensing Software Assurance & Other Benefits OEM & Operating System Licensing Virtualisation – impact on licensing Product Activation Downgrade Rights Licence Transfer Step-Up…

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Enrolment for Education Solutions (EES) now available for schools within the UK

Under this new agreement you can now license a single school, multiple schools or an entire school system, such as a local authority. You count your Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) staff once per year, so you don’t have to track every single computer in your establishment. Full time equivalent are staff who work more than 200…

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How many network managers, technicians and EduGeek members does it take…

… to have have an informative and interesting day at Microsoft Campus, Thames Valley Park – with cake included? Yesterday Microsoft and EduGeek organised a day at the Microsoft Campus in Thames Valley Park for approximately 50 ICT staff, network managers and EduGeek to look at areas covering: Office 365 for Education by Richard Green…

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BETT 2011– a roundup of my first experiences

      Wow! After months of planning the Microsoft stand, finding presenters  and schools to share their  success stories, hunting down staff to work on the demo pods and theatre stand and even down to the colour of the Microsoft Education polo shirts, my first BETT (and my first BETT experience)  is now done…

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