Open License Program

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The Open License Program is a Microsoft service that allows corporate, academic, charitable, or government organizations to obtain volume licenses for Microsoft products.[1] It is ideally suited for companies with between 2 – 250 personal computers, but can accommodate organizations with up to 750 computers.[2]

Programs[edit]

  • Open License
    • Open License for Charities
    • Open License for Governments
    • Open License for Education
  • Open Value
  • Open Value Subscription

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Microsoft. "Volume Licensing". Retrieved 17 July 2013. 
  2. ^ Ligman, Eric. "Microsoft Open License Basics – What are the different Open License Programs?". Retrieved 17 July 2013.