Thursby Software Systems is now offering Volume License Agreements (VLAs) for DAVE, their popular file and print share application.
DAVE 3.1 was introduced last fall. Specifically designed to preserve the essential Mac user experience, DAVE allows Windows users to see and print to Mac shared inkjet and PostScript printers in Mac OS X. Other features include: Bidirectional file sharing between Windows and Mac systems; Large file support (greater than 2GB) in Mac OS X 9 and Mac OS X 10.1; Long file name support (more than 31 characters) in Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X 10.1; Network Logon for Microsoft Domain access; Automatic workgroup detection; Integrated help; Use of Microsoft native protocols so no additional hardware or software is needed for the PC; The ability to share inkjet and PostScript printers.
With VLAs, network administrators will find themselves spending less time setting up and maintaining systems to track software license codes, according to Warren Witt, Thursday’s vice president of sales and marketing. The use of one code can simplify the process of updating systems when changes to the software occur, he added.
Participation in a VLA requires that you be under an Annual Update Agreement and have a minimum of one hundred (100) users. For more information call the sales department at Thursby (817-478-5070).