I know!!! I know!!! What you might be thinking, what has office got to do with SQL Server. Well it doesn’t directly but it is a great product that we all love and use every day of our lives. It helps us to be productive and be creative.
So I thought I would share with you the fantastic offers available to make it easier for you to get a copy of Office 2007.
Are you or do you know of a TAFE or uni student who needs to purchase Office?
Microsoft Office Ultimate is available to students for just $75 until 30 June through the ‘It’s Not Piracy’ campaign! All students need to do is register their university or TAFE email address to qualify for the discount.
To find out more, visit itsnotpiracy.com.au.
You can save $25 on their electricity bill!
Everyone likes to save cash! By purchasing Microsoft® Office 2007 before 31 July, Microsoft will contribute $25 toward your next electricity bill! Plus, they will have the chance to WIN their electricity bill paid for a year! Visit microsoft.com.au/electricity.
Government cash back on software bought for educational use...
If you qualify for the Federal Government’s Education Tax Refund, you could get up to 50 per cent of the cost back** when you buy computer software for educational use. To find out more or buy Office Home and Student online visit microsoft.com.au/buyoffice
Software for home use?
Employees of our customers with Microsoft Software Assurance for volume licensing can purchase Office Enterprise Edition for home use for just $37.20! Staff from companies with Software Assurance qualify for this saving under the ‘Home Usage Program’. Check the list of eligible companies to see if you or your family and friends work there. You can then use this link to take advantage of this amazing offer: hup.microsoft.com.
*Saving is off the recommended retail price of Microsoft Office Ultimate 2007 full packaged product as at February 1st, 2009. The price you pay is determined by the reseller. †Terms and conditions apply.
* *This tax refund may be applicable if you meet the official criteria outlined on www.educationtaxrefund.gov.au, and if you purchase before 30 June 2009. The Government's education tax refund is not exclusive to Microsoft products.
EOFYS is just an excuse for retailers to "force" parents to buy things for their kids, such as Foxtel.
You should feel ashamed by plugging it here.