enterprise license

enterprise license

A software site license that is issued to a large company. It typically allows unlimited use of the program throughout the organization, although there may be restrictions and limitations. It always foregoes the need to register the software each time it is installed on another computer; however, there might be a master password that is required to activate each copy. See site license.
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The enterprise license provides Navy shore-based and afloat users, to include active duty, Reserve and civilian billets, as well as contractors who access Navy systems, the right to use Oracle databases for the purpose of supporting Navy internal operations.
Enterprise license pricing starts at $10,000 for installations of 500 to 1,000 users.
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