I got the quotes from SHI. They didn't tell me not to exclude any staff
from the count, though that won't make enough of a difference to alter my
I'll email you off list, we can compare notes on this.
Brattleboro Union High School District # 6
School Information Technology Discussion <[log in to unmask]> writes:
>Where are you getting your quotes from? I got pricing from SHI and the
>prices were much cheaper than the old CLP prices.
>With the EEA you only need to cover the "knowledge" workers in the
>building and not the students, custodial, bus drivers, etc. The core
>suite of apps is useable on any computer in the building (even 1:1
>laptops... are you paying attention Microsoft?), but there are some apps
>which remain on a per/computer license which is still way cheaper than
>the old CLP license.
>That being said it is a yearly cost, but you get every new version while
>you are under the agreement.
>I am sick to death of Adobe though. Corell is offering very competitive
>pricing on their products and their products are perpetual.
>Michael Vining, SB IT Support
>South Burlington School District
>South Burlington, Vermont 05403
>Direct: (802) 652-7298
>IT Help Desk: (802) 652-7050
>From: School Information Technology Discussion
>[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Bob Wickberg
>Sent: Tuesday, October 29, 2013 3:36 PM
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Adobe licensing
>Has anyone looked into licensing Adobe Creative Suite products lately? I
>was told we can still get licenses to CS6 under a CLP agreement, but
>that's really obsolete, it has been replaced by what's now called the
>Creative Cloud, and that will only be licensed to K-12 schools under a new
>licensing framework called EEA. Under EEA, we wouldn't have a perpetual
>license to use the software, only a one year license. I got a quote to
>license that, and it cost more annually than CS6 would cost perpetually!
>Brattleboro Union High School District # 6
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