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Let's assume that a company has 10 workers.

Does the company have to buy a license for each computer or is there another way in which Microsoft sells licenses to companies?

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Open Value option seems suitable for you (offered for organizations with >5 and <250 PCs). This page gives a detailed table about the benefits.

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Open Value is probably the right option here. In answer to the part of the question "does the company have to buy a license for each computer" the short answer is yes - there is no "carte blanche" option that will allow you to buy a single licence to cover a whole site, or company. No matter what programme you go for, ultimately the number of licences you buy relates to the number of machines (or user) you have. –  AdamV Jun 1 '10 at 12:25
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Microsoft offer many types of licensing depending on how many licenses you require.

There is a great deal of information available on the Volume Licensing page

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