Software license

Phil Hames made this Freedom of Information request to Arts and Humanities Research Council

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Dear Arts and Humanities Research Council,

I would like to ask

Q1. Do you look after your own IT or is it outsourced?
Q2. How much did you pay in last financial year for software licenses?
Q3. How many computers users do you have?
Q4. When do you need to renew the contract with Microsoft for software licenses? What was the value of your last contract per year?
Q5. Do you currently measure software usage versus the number of licenses purchased? If so what is used for software usage metering?
Q6. Do you use a software asset management tool?
Q7. Please also provide details of IT Contracts Managers and any person(s) involved in IT Software procurement.

Yours faithfully,

Phil Hames

AHRC FOI,

Dear Phil,

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request of 26th March 2015, our ref PSU-111, requesting information about software licences.

We are currently dealing with your request and will get back to you as soon as possible or no later than 27th April 2015.

Kind regards,

Carl Thompson

Information Manager
Professional Support Unit

Tel: 01793 413328
Email: [email address]

Enabling our Research Council colleagues & customers to achieve their strategic goals by providing harmonised & cost effective professional support & services delivered with enthusiasm, integrity & pride.

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AHRC FOI,

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Dear Phil,

Please find attached, a response to your recent Freedom of Information request submitted to the AHRC.

Kind regards,

Carl

Carl Thompson

Information Manager
Professional Support Unit

Tel: 01793 413328
Email: [email address]

Enabling our Research Council colleagues & customers to achieve their strategic goals by providing harmonised & cost effective professional support & services delivered with enthusiasm, integrity & pride.

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