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    Papercut, because it actually saves us money.

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    I don't mind paying somebody to write new bits of free (as in speech) software.

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    MS Office/Windows here! :P Really can't stand Open Office. Guess it'd be different if I started off on it, but trying to go MS Office to it, No no no :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dos_Box View Post
    We all like free software, but what is it you don't mind paying for?
    Real expertise and educational content. Pretty much every school employs a network manger of some description, every school has a similar-ish set of requirements, if every time we needed a bit of software we could all just get together and write it we wouldn't have to pay for any more software again, ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhicks View Post
    Real expertise and educational content. Pretty much every school employs a network manger of some description, every school has a similar-ish set of requirements, if every time we needed a bit of software we could all just get together and write it we wouldn't have to pay for any more software again, ever.
    Assuming that all Network Managers were devs which is not the case.

    I would and have paid for Office and Windows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maniac View Post
    Papercut, because it actually saves us money.
    actually that is one software i would pay for - but preferable would run the network with free software

    we tried to push Open office but that got vitoed - although alot of the kids use it the it teaching staff wouldn't let us change.

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    Microsoft Volume Licensing / School Agreement

    I know some folks complain about it but for the money it costs on an annual basis and the flexibility it offers (ie. freedom to update to the lasest version whenever you like/etc) it's a bargain IMO!

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    Personally - Spotify Premium (love having the songs on my phone, ipod, laptop etc and they all sync without me doing anything!)
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    abtutor, ninite pro & papercut

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    Windows desktop and server licences, Office licences. Resent paying for CALs, just seems such a con. Also Papercut, CS and Solidworks are worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyinghaggis View Post
    Microsoft Volume Licensing / School Agreement

    I know some folks complain about it but for the money it costs on an annual basis and the flexibility it offers (ie. freedom to update to the lasest version whenever you like/etc) it's a bargain IMO!
    +1, the amount of Enterprise-level software you get for the price is unbeatable

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