Group Logic Announces New Education Licensing Program for Mac/Windows Integration Software
Group Logic, Inc., the leading provider of Mac/Windows connectivity solutions, announced today its new Enterprise License Program for Education (ELP-EDU) for ExtremeZ-IP - its industry-leading software solution for seamlessly integrating Mac desktops into Windows server environments.
The ELP-EDU licensing program is part of Group Logic’s recently unveiled Enterprise License Program (ELP), and allows K-12 and higher education customers worldwide to procure and deploy ExtremeZ-IP across an entire school, campus and/or system with a single license key and support contract. ELP-EDU is designed to meet the needs of organizations actively seeking to reduce software asset management costs, and is optimized for educational institutions.
The ELP-EDU model is designed to deliver customers a decreased Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and increased Return on Investment (ROI) across their entire IT infrastructure. ELP-EDU also minimizes the time required for administrator management.
“The ExtremeZ-IP Enterprise Licensing Program for Education is a logical choice for educational organizations of any size that seek the flexibility and efficiency of managing a few hundred to several thousand Mac users,” said Reid Lewis, CEO of Group Logic, Inc. “ExtremeZ-IP is the proven standard for Mac/Windows compatibility for those companies looking to deliver platform-agnostic file and print sharing support for their users. This new licensing model gives our education customers a new, cost-effective approach for delivering compatibility without compromise.”
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