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[1] "Microsoft Unveils SharePoint Server 2010 and Showcases New Functionality."

[2] "SharePoint 2010 Developers."

[3] "What's new in SharePoint Foundation 2010."

[4] "Microsoft® Product List, May 1, 2010." Downloads/opens a Microsoft Word document that provides a detailed product list for volume licensing as of May 1, 2010.

[5] "Microsoft Volume Licensing - Product Licensing Search." In the listing, find and open/download the Microsoft Word document "MicrosoftProductUseRights (Worldwide) (English) (April2010)." See the section "Servers – Server/CAL" for a detailed list.

[6] "SharePoint 2010 Licensing Explained."

[7] "What's new in SharePoint Server 2010."

[8] "Licensing the Core CAL Suite and the Enterprise CAL Suite." Downloads or opens a Microsoft Word document.

[9] "Microsoft Office 2010 enterprise pricing: You win some, you lose some." This blog summarizes the "Directions on Microsoft" report discussed in the article. To access the original report, you must be a subscriber.

[10] Business Productivity Online Standard Suite. Click the Calculate Estimated Cost link.

[11] "Q&A with Microsoft about SharePoint 2010 Online with Access Services."

[12] "How quickly can Microsoft close the SharePoint-SharePoint Online gap?"

[13] "Windows Azure Platform: Pricing." To see a live OakLeaf Systems Azure Table Services sample project, which would cost about $86 per month to host on Windows Azure, go to http://oakleaf.cloudapp.net/.

Roger Jennings is a data-oriented .NET and VBA developer, principal consultant of OakLeaf Systems, and the author of 30+ books on Microsoft operating systems (Windows NT and 2000 Server), databases (SQL Server and Access), .NET data access, Web services, LINQ, Entity Framework, and InfoPath 2003. His books have more than 1.25 million English copies in print and have been translated into more than 20 languages. Roger's latest books are Special Edition Using Microsoft Office Access 2007 for Que and Cloud Computing with the Windows Azure Platform for Wrox. He's currently writing Microsoft Access 2010 In Depth, the 12th edition of this best-selling Access title for Que. He's also the curator of the OakLeaf Systems blog and a contributing editor for Visual Studio Magazine, and he has written for MSDN Magazine and Redmond Developer News.

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