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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Better Collective A/S (STO:BETCO) announced on Wednesday that its wholly-owned subsidiary Better Collective USA Inc's application for an Ancillary Casino Service Industry Enterprise License in New Jersey has been deemed complete.
With new enterprise-ready capabilities from Chrome Enterprise License, organizations will be able to deliver device policies using customizable assignment of groups based on geography, device platform, department, role, and more, simplifying policy enforcement across an enterprise.
The agreement has two components by which orders can be placed: (1) the BPA, and (2) the centralized Enterprise License Agreement (ELA).
(NASDAQ: SPLK) reported that BlackRock has tripled the size of its Splunk Enterprise license to address a broader range of requirements.
enterprise license, per-seat license and subscription.
But for Windows' users the more important question is how will Skype fit in with the current enterprise license? Will Microsoft users have to pay for Skype even if they don't use it?
ESRI says small utilities will soon have greater access to geographic information system (GIS) technology along their ROW as ESRI rolls out the Small Utilities Enterprise License Agreement (SU-ELA) program.
Some of these new features include: ability to distribute high-end 3D applications through the support for server-side rendering; new compression algorithms to improve application responsiveness and user experience; integration with Microsoft Active Directory to reduce administrative overhead; as well as agile enterprise license management via dynamic distribution of licenses.
a provider of solutions for simplifying business processes, has entered into an agreement with Vodafone UK, a member of the world's largest mobile network, which has purchased an enterprise license and will implement Jacada Fusion in more of its UK contact centers and retail outlets.
It was included in the overall Air Force Microsoft Enterprise License Agreement, which consolidates more than 40 separate license agreements across the Air Force into one.
Enterprise license pricing starts at $10,000 for installations of 500 to 1,000 users.

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