|Terms and/or Definitions|
Non-Standard Software: Any software not identified as standard-load software and routinely installed on all College-owned computers.
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A license issued to a person or company who buys a computer program which states the conditions under which the software may be used. Most licenses specify the user may create a backup for personal use, but only one copy of the software may be installed and used on one computer at a time. Site licenses allow unlimited copying of software within an organization, and charge for the extra use.