Microsoft have added the Ultimate version of its Vista operating system to the list of upgrade versions available under the terms of the Microsoft Campus Agreement. Disk sets are available for both University owned machines and for work at home use. In both cases you must obtain a disk pack for each machine that you wish to upgrade since Vista Ultimate is activated on a per copy basis and does not use a KMS server.
This Multilanguage pack replaces the product known as "Proofing Tools" and is available to us under the terms of the Microsoft Campus Agreement. Distribution of this product requires a separate DVD for each language that you require to use.
Both Vista Ultimate and the Office 2007 Language Packs are available via the Computing Services Shop Price List
The Maths Institute has funded a final 12 month extension to the Maple License. If you would like to run Maple on your college or departmental machines during this period please send a purchase order number to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Staff and Student use rental extension is funded centrally enabling use on personnally owned machines, licenses obtained via this route must not be installed on computers owned by colleges or departments
You can use the SPSS 16 media together with the authorisation code that you will find on the ITSS Wiki, please remember to let the Computing Services Shop know how many licenses and against which software card you need.
The Windows XP media can be used at times when a fully bootable version is required, for example re-installation to a replacement hard drive or as a secord OS running under bootcamp or VMWare. Please remember that the campus license remains an upgrade only license, this media is provided as a service to those of you whose machines already satisfy the necessary licensing requirements, it is not to be used on unlicensed hardware. Please remember to let the Computing Services Shop know how many licenses and against which software card you need.
OUCS has recently been able to allocate some additional funding to enable the hosting of license servers for use with software that is available unde site license terms covering the University of Oxford.
Details of this version of Matlab can be found at Matlab from OUCS , information relating to SigmaPlot will be provided as soon as possible.
If you have licensed any software using a site license for the University of Oxford and would be interested in it being hosted via OUCS then please contact us at email@example.com .
Have you licensed any software products using a site license model or with a staff and or student extension? If so could we assist with its licensing and distribution? If you require a financial contribution to be made by users of the software then we are also able to set up a mechanism in conjunction with the Computing Services Shop to allow for this. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss who we could help.
Please direct licensing queries via email to email@example.com .
Generally available software is distributed via the Computing Services Shop, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your sales queries. Specialist software funded by departmental groups is distributed directly via software licensing staff.
The Software-announce mailing list is used to announce important changes in our software agreements. To subscribe to the software-announce mailing list, send a message to email@example.com
The Software-discuss mailing list can be used by you to give your views on software agreements, to say what programs you are interested in and what you would like to see available. To subscribe to the software-discuss mailing list, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org
A full list of products and prices is available from the Shop Price List
Details of our software agreements can be viewed from the Software Agreements page
The Home page for Site Licensing can be viewed at Licensing Home Page