Office 365 Standard Agreement

Any enforcement action must be taken in Washington State. This decision does not prevent any of the parties from applying in an appropriate jurisdiction with respect to the infringement of intellectual property rights. The minimum order depends on the product: by participating in the SCE program, the customer is required to standardize one or more components throughout the company. Therefore, the customer must purchase Software Assurance for all existing/installed licenses of an SCE component. For system Center, the customer must acquire the full coverage of the System Center for the installed base of Windows Server from the Core Infrastructure Suites (CIS). b. Assignment. You cannot give up all or part of this agreement. (i) for university offerings, requirements for educational institutions (including administrative offices or educational institutions, public libraries or public museums) are listed in; In a three-year contract, the number of desktop computers and qualified users can be adjusted for each anniversary of the contract. This allows for greater flexibility to meet changing requirements.

Use rights are limited and expire when the contract expires. j. Survival. The terms and conditions set out in Sections 1, 2.c., 2.e., 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 are the termination or expiry of this Agreement. When signing the agreement, the customer must define and communicate to Microsoft the number of desktop computers or qualified users as well as Microsoft Enterprise products or Enterprise Online Services. This information represents the first purchase. Each anniversary is due to a “True Up Order” for additional desktops or qualified users, based on which the total cost for the previous year is calculated. Under a traditional agreement on microsoft Enterprise, the customer is allowed to authorize corporate products individually or as a standard platform. However, at least one enterprise product must be standardized throughout the company. (ii) this limited warranty does not cover problems caused by an accident, abuse or use of products in a manner inconsistent with this Agreement or with our document or guide published or resulting from events beyond our proper control; Problem – unusual errors, malfunctions or services of products and applications, as reported in Schedule A by the customer to the supplier.

Requirement – Any requirement for new features that do not represent an unusual outage, malfunction or performance of schedule A products and applications that are reported by the customer to the supplier. Response time – the interval between the customer`s first report of a problem and the first intervention of the supplier`s support staff. This does not apply outside normal business hours.