V4 Auction! Cloud
Connect your team together in Cloud.
Available as a subscription service or as an add-on for your desktop edition.
Runs on Windows and Mac computers in your favorite browser.
No additional learning curve for Cloud—all the same features as V4 desktop edition! Tutorials available for just about every capability.
V4 Cloud IS Auction!Version 4 , with all the great features of Auction!V4
Auction! V4 Cloud as a Stand-Alone Product
- Provides full Auction! Version 4 Net capability in a hosted cloud environment. Cloud users do not need to install Auction! V4 on their computers (Mac or Windows PC).
- The term of service includes 12 user-months of cloud access. Additional user-months can be purchased in blocks of 6, 12 or 18 user-months at the add-on rate. User-months must be claimed in full calendar month increments.
Auction! V4 Cloud as an add-on to current Auction! V4 desktop license
Over time, this is the most affordable option to add cloud access.
Cloud as an add-on to an existing V4 desktop license provides full Auction! Version 4 capability in a hosted cloud environment. Cloud users are not required to install Auction! V4 on their computers or devices.
The cloud product is identical to the organization's V4 desktop license. This is why we recommend a V4 Network edition license so that all named cloud users will have access to the same online project at the same time.
User-months can be purchased in 6, 12 or 18 user-month blocks. User-months can be claimed only in full calendar month increments. User-months must be alloted during the shorter of: one year from activation or the term of technical support for the Auction! V4 desktop license.
While it is possible, we do not recommend using Cloud as either stand alone or as an add on at the actual event. Why? Internet access and speed can be problematic at an event venue.
For the event, a backup of the cloud project is restored to a PC that has Auction! V4 desktop installed and licensed. With a Network desktop license this PC can be the host computer to a network of computers at the event.