Microsoft School Agreement
I've had a hunt through the School Agreement threads already out there but cannot seem to find the answer i'm after.
Hypothetically speaking, if we had 500 netbooks for students, because Microsoft will only allow XP Home to be installed by the makers :mad: , we would then have to spend around £30 on a Windows Upgrade Licence so i can install Windows XP Pro , then around the £30 mark again for an Microsoft Office licence, then a few ££ for a Windows Server CAL.
Would Microsoft School's agreement work out cheaper over 5 years? I keep seeing on posts on this subject £25-£30 per PC, is this per year, every 3 years? :confused: