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"OEM, bundled, or recovery software may be listed only if it is included along with the original hardware, such as the motherboard, hard drive, or computer sold with the OEM software." - Therefore, this sale includes the original broken beyond economical repair computer and motherboard.
Microsoft Policy States:
"Large brand-name computer manufacturers, such as Dell and Compaq, often include OEM software on non-holographic “recovery” or “reinstallation” discs that show the manufacturer’s brand name. These software packages are typically marked with a phrase that states, for instance, “For Distribution with a new Dell PC only.” Recovery or reinstallation software is licensed only for distribution with new computers and can be redistributed only with the computer for which it was initially distributed. Distributing such software with individual PC hardware components (e.g. hard drive; RAM) does not comply with Microsoft’s OEM distribution requirements." - Therefore, this sale includes the original computer from which the COA was taken off.
Microsoft's Distribution Agreement for System Builders states that the system builder software packs are not intended for distribution to end users unless the end users are acting as system builders by assembling their own PCs. A "system builder" is anyone who assembles, reassembles or installs software on a new or used computer system.
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What are the real differences between 2013 Office Home and business and Office 365 Pro Plus?
Multiple Installations: The rights to 2013 Office Home and business grants multiple installation rights. So, each user is allowed to install Office on up to five PC or Mac devices! This can really save costs on paying for Office licenses on multiple machines, secondary tablets, VDI, or Remote Desktop (Terminal server) scenarios.
File storage and Sharing: Utilize OneDrive for personal cloud storage up to 1 TB. Share documents with others and have access to them anywhere outside your organization - all while controlling who who can access and see them.
Office Online: Real-time photo co-authoring all from your web browser.
Self-service Business Intelligence in Excel: Connect data with Power Query, model and analyze this data with Power Pivot, and visualize insights in interactive reports and maps with Power View and Power Map.
Mobile Use Rights: 365 Pro Plus also grants the rights to use the mobile and tablet versions of Office. This grants a user up to five installations of Office mobile (iOS, Android, and Windows Mobile) and up to five installations of the tablet version of Office (iOS and Android).
No downgrade rights: The only real downside to Office 365 Pro Plus is the requirement that users stay current with the software releases. Right now, Microsoft is indicating that end users will have up to one year to upgrade to the latest release. However, our prediction is that this window will keep shrinking.
On the upside: These updates allow users to have quick access to the latest and coolest features. Plus, while many consumers setup 2013 Office Home and business to automatically download the updates – the majority of companies will setup 2013 Office Home and business to have IT control when and how the updates will be rolled out.
On the downside: Users may have issues with plug-ins, especially in Outlook. Some of our clients, especially in regulated industries, also have long testing or acceptance periods.
We are seeing a strong trend from Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) to adjust their release cycle to Microsoft’s, which helps the plug-in issues.
Many clients who have an Enterprise Agreement continue to own licenses from before their transition to the cloud. So, they can always use those 2013 Office Home and business licenses as their downgrade option.
Clients who have a major issue in this area should consider using Add-on licenses instead of full User Subscription Licenses (USL). The Add-ons are a little more expensive, but would continue to provide for a traditional Office license in addition to the Office 365 license – so you could have the best of both worlds. Lots of fine print here in the licensing details – see us for more guidance
Sold by User: Office 365 Pro Plus is licensed by user while Office Home and is licensed by device. For our clients with more devices than users, Office 365 Pro Plus can lead to significant savings while they don’t have to license multiple copies for the same user. For other clients, especially those with shift workers, they can see their costs increase. Instead of paying for one copy of Office installed on a single PC that is used by three shifts of employees, they would be licensing Office three times in a per user scenario. Our recommendation in these situations is either to continue to license Office on a per device basis or switch over their shift workers to the Office Web Apps versions which can be run out of a browser at a lower cost.
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