Microsoft Subscription Enrollment for Schools (SESP) Licensing program

Microsoft launched a new licensing program specifically for education-Subscription Enrollment for Schools AKA SESP (for those wondering, the “P” stands for “Pilot”). This is response to comments made by Becta (British Educational Communications and Technology Agency) on Microsoft’s current licensing offerings; specifically the need to licence ALL machines even if the licences won’t be used on […]

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Microsoft launched a new licensing program specifically for education-Subscription Enrollment for Schools AKA SESP (for those wondering, the “P” stands for “Pilot”). This is response to comments made by Becta (British Educational Communications and Technology Agency) on Microsoft’s current licensing offerings; specifically the need to licence ALL machines even if the licences won’t be used on them all. You can use SESP to licence a singel school, multiple schools or an entire school system. The entry requirements are consistent with the current Schools Agreement program so: 50 Unit minimum entry point: Level A = 50 Units; LEvel B = 2500 PCs

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