Microsoft SQL Server is relational database software offering tools for data storage, management, analysis and reporting.
Curious about what it can do for your organisation? We’ve put together this quick guide to the benefits, editions and licensing of Windows SQL Server for charities.
Microsoft’s range of choice when it comes to server editions can be a blessing or a curse for small charities.
We’ve tried to make it as easy as possible for you to find the best fit based on your charities budget and demands.
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Understanding Microsoft server licensing can be tricky. Each Microsoft server product follows one of four basic licensing models, which you need to know before you start.
To help you make the right choices when you plan your own server implementation, here’s a brief overview of the four server licensing models (and a couple of extra, useful tidbits).
Take the complexity of technology and stir in the complexity of the legal system and what do you get? Software licenses! If you’ve ever attempted to read one you’ll know how true this is. Unfortunately, you do have to know a little about software licensing even if you can’t make sense of all of the fine print. A software license is an agreement between you and the owner of a program that lets you perform certain activities which would otherwise constitute an infringement under copyright law. The software license usually answers questions such as: Where and how and how often can you…