U of Sask ICT Acquisitions
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tel: 306-966-2014, fax: 306-966-4230
World Wide Web: http://ccs.usask.ca
Starting July 7 2016, only institutional clients using a U of Sask CFOAPAL or PCARD will be eligbile to purchase all items listed on this site, http://ccs.usask.ca. Why the change? See http://ccs.usask.ca/retailinstitutionalrestructuring for details.

Microsoft CA Media for On-Campus Use
Part Number Description On Order Amt. in Stock Price
OFFICE2016WIN32 Office 2016 Pro Plus Windows 32bit DVD No 2 $20.00
OFFICE2016WIN64 Office 2016 Pro Plus Windows 64bit DVD No 3 $20.00
OFF2016MACSTD Office 2016 Mac Standard DVD No 1 $20.00
OFFICE2013CA32 MS Office 2013 Pro Plus CA Media 32-bit No 3 $20.00
OFFICE2013CA64 MS Office 2013 Pro Plus CA Media 64-bit No 1 $20.00
OFFICE2011 MS Office 2011 for Mac CA Media No 4 $20.00
WIN10ED32 Win 10 Ed 32 Bit Upgrade DVD No 2 $20.00
WIN10ED64 Win 10 Ed 64 Bit Upgrade DVD No 1 $20.00
Windows7-32-CABURN MS Win7 Ent SP1 32bit CA DVD UG Burn No 1 $20.00
Windows7-64-CABURN MS Win7 Ent SP1 64bit CA DVD UG Burn No 1 $20.00
VISIO2016PROWIN32 Visio 2016 Pro Windows 32bit DVD No 0 $20.00
VISIO2016PROWIN64 Visio 2016 Pro Windows 64bit DVD No 1 $20.00
PROJECT2016PROWIN32 Project 2016 Pro Windows 32bit DVD No 0 $20.00
PROJECT2016PROWIN64 Project 2016 Pro Windows 64bit DVD No 1 $20.00


Microsoft CA Media for Work / Home
Copies of the Microsoft software licensed under Campus Agreement for use at home are available via the online software download system at http://usask.onthehub.com.



Above you will find information on which departments have enrolled in the Microsoft Campus Agreement for the 2016-17 term. If your department is not listed below and you would like to particpate in this program, please contact your college/department administration. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding this program or click here for more information and frequently asked questions.

Please note that the Windows Upgrade products that we sell may not perform in place upgrades on retail or OEM products. You may be required to do a clean install

Office and Windows Agreement Covers:

Office 2016 Pro Plus (includes: Word, Excel, Powerpoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher and Access)

Office Mac 2016 Standard (includes: Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook and OneNote)

Previous Editions of Office (includes: Office 2013 for Windows and Office 2011 for Mac)

Windows 7/8/10 Upgrades - Coverage allows upgrade to these operating systems from an existing, valid Windows operating system. Also includes upgrading to editions of the same version (i.e. Windows 10 Home or Pro to Education). Please see this link for differences between each edition and in-place upgrade elligibility: Win10EditionsCompareTable_FINAL.pdf

Windows Downgrade Rights
- Coverage includes downgrading an existing Windows installation to a previous version (downgrade to Windows 7/8 Enterprise)

Virtualization Rights
- Virtualization includes coverage to install Windows on a computer without uninstalling the host operating system (i.e. Installation of Windows in Bootcamp/Fusion/Parallels/Workstation)

Core CAL Suite (for Windows Server, Sharepoint/Exchange Server Standard CAL, System Centre Config/Manage/Endpoint, Skype for Business Server Standard CAL) Standard Server)

Windows and Office (Unless Noted Otherwise)
Agriculture and Bioresources (List)
Arts and Science
Canadian Light Source
Centre for the Study of CO-OPS
College of Medicine
Connection Point
Consumer Services
Corporate Admin
Dentistry
Education
Edwards School of Business
Engineering
Facilties Management
Faculty Association
Financial Services Division
Global Institute for Food Security
Global Institute for Water Security
Graduate Studies and Research
Gwenna Moss TLC/ULC (VP Teaching & Learning)
Human Resources
ICT
Institutional Planning and Assessment
International Centre for Northern Goverance
Johnson-Shoyama School of Public Policy
Kinesiology
Language Centre (VP Teaching & Learning)
Law
Libraries
Native Law
Nursing
Office of the Vice-Provost Health
Pharmacy and Nutrition
President's Office
Provost's Office
Sask Health Sciences Network
School of Environment and Sustainability
St Andrew's College
St. Thomas More College
Structural Sciences
Student and Enrolment Services (VP Teaching & Learning)
Sylvia Fedoriuk CCNI
University Relations
University Secretary
Veterinary Medicine
VP Finance and Resources
Associate - VP Office (VP Research)
Innovation Enterprise (VP Research)
Research Service & Ethics (VP Research)
Strategic Research Services (VP Research)
Vice President Office (VP Research)
International Office (VP Research)
VIDO - InterVac

(*) Arts & Science Depts: http://artsandscience.usask.ca/college/departments.php
 

Project Pro
Canadian Light Source
Consumer Services
Corporate Admin
Edwards School of Business
Human Resources
ICT
Institutional Planning and Assessment
University Relations
VP Finance and Resources
RMS Project Team (EPMO)
Visio Pro
Canadian Light Source
Connection Point
Consumer Services
Corporate Admin
Edwards School of Business
Graduate Studies and Research
Human Resources
ICT
Institutional Planning and Assessment
Provost's Office
Sylvia Fedoriuk CCNI
University Relations
University Secretary
VP Finance and Resources
Innovation Enterprise (VP Research)
RMS Project Team (EPMO)
   

U of S Microsoft Campus Agreement FAQ




Q: What is the Campus Agreement and when is it effective?
A: The Microsoft Campus Agreement is a yearly contract that your department or college has signed, which gives you the right to use specific titles of Microsoft software as detailed here.

The Campus Agreement is available from July 1st to June 30th each year. It must be re-signed and purchased every year by your college or department in order for you to continue to use the software and receive upgrades. The agreement also includes any upgrades that occur with these software titles within the contract period.

If your college or department does not re-sign and purchase, all software acquired through the Campus Agreement would have to be uninstalled unless a buyout option is chosen.
 
Q: Who is entitled to use the software?
A: Staff and faculty of the colleges or departments on the Campus Agreement page are entitled to use the software. Please note that some departments license only a certain number of faculty and staff, so not all employees may be eligible. This software can be loaded onto all computers owned and operated by participating colleges or departments (i.e. computers in labs, office computers).
 
Q: Where can I obtain CD's and documentation for Campus Agreement software?
  • You may purchase them from the Campus Computer Store. (ID required)
  • The CCS accepts faculty/staff cards or a letter from your respective department for identification.
  • The CCS can not offer any technical support for the software included under Campus Agreement. Please contact the ICT Service Desk at 966-2222, or Microsoft for any support issues, including product activation.
 
 
Q: Is support included with Campus Agreement?
A: There is limited support available through the Campus Computer Store. Please contact the ICT Service Desk for more thorough program support. There are also several support options for you and information on Microsoft support can be obtained at http://support.microsoft.com/. Also at that location is a wealth of free support solutions such as a FAQ section, an on-line troubleshooter and e-mail response services.
 
Q: What happens if I leave the University of Saskatchewan, or move to a different department that is not covered by Campus Agreement?
A: Licenses obtained under Campus Agreement are valid only while you are an active faculty or staff member in a department that is covered by the agreement. If for any reason you are no longer covered by the agreement, you must cease using any software that was obtained under Campus Agreement usage rights, and uninstall all copies of this software. Failure to do so will result in you taking personal responsibility for the licenses being used out of compliance.
 
Q: How do I aquire Microsoft products for On-Campus use that are not covered by Campus Agreement?
A: You can buy licenses via the MS Departmental Select Licenses.
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Prices do not include taxes or environmental fees and are subject to change without notice.
Specifications are to the best of our knowledge; ICT Acquisitions will not be liable for incorrect information from manufacturers or distributors.
ICT Acquisitions sells to University Departments only; some education discounts may not apply to all.