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Category: Software Licensing


  • Have software licences and anti-piracy gone too far?

    An interesting article by Martin Brampton; The Brampton Factor: Licensed to bill  Software piracy may well be a very bad thing. But does it justify inflicting misery on legitimate software buyers, asks Martin Brampton. There is a lot of talk about the awfulness of software piracy...

  • Licensed to be confusing, restrictive and obtuse

    “Most of us never read software licences, but they are becoming more important – and absurd.” “Eulas typically specify that the software’s publisher is not liable if anything goes wrong. They typically specify the publisher’s preferred jurisdiction...

  • Event: An introduction and overview of Microsoft Licensing

    15 April 2008 18:30 – 15 April 2008 21:20 GMT, London Outline of Licensing session This session is aimed at providing IT professionals with a complete understanding of Microsoft’s Software Licensing. The course is not in-depth or technical, but will help you evaluate the...

  • New Report Demonstrates Licensing Savings

    A new report has been published in conjunction with SaaS systems management company TriActive and consulting firm THINKstrategies.  “The study, which included data collected by TriActive’s Asset Management Suite™ from over 125,000 endpoints across 460 companies, revealed...

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