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By Christopher Barnett
Schedule P also provides a number of program-specific rules for calculating the number of Processor licenses required for licensed servers.
By Julie Machal-Fulks
On July 17, 2017, IBM announced that it would allow customers running z/VM Version 6, Release 3 or higher to license the product on a sub-capacity basis.
By Keli Johnson Swan
It is not unusual for companies to use virtualization technologies to reduce costs, ensure redundancy, and reduce physical size of the network.
By Julie Machal-Fulks
IBM regularly informs customers selected for an IBM license review or software audit that it reviews the license position of all of its customers worldwide.
By Keli Johnson Swan
Microsoft, like other software publishers, routinely audits customers to help ensure that it is protecting the value of its intellectual property. Microsoft verifies its customers' compliance using several methods.
By Christopher Barnett
Microsoft and Flexera recently announced a joint initiative that the two companies have touted as a way to transform "the software supply chain" through the use of a standard set of SAM solutions.
By Stephen Pinson
More and more businesses are considering accessing hosted software rather than purchasing on-premise software.
By Keli Johnson Swan
Many software copyright infringement claims are resolved informally and often the terms are set forth in a settlement agreement.
By Christopher Barnett
Software licensing compliance is a complex task to manage. The metrics for measuring compliance often are a challenge to gather, and those metrics typically are different from software...
By Keli Johnson Swan
Even though software audits are commonplace in many businesses, recipients of audit notices make many mistakes when it comes to audit responses.
By Christopher Barnett
Microsoft's Services Provider License Agreement (SPLA) is the principal licensing agreement for companies that want to use Microsoft products to deliver hosted software solutions over the Internet.
By Keli Johnson Swan
Autodesk sometimes reaches out to its customers to offer additional services, products, or upgrades on existing software.
By Christopher Barnett
Many companies would like to know whether and to what extent their existing Oracle software product licenses entitle them to use that software in a third-party cloud-hosting environment ...
By Stephen Pinson
One of the most overlooked sections in a technology-related contract is the insurance section. Whether that contract involves IT services, development, Software as a Service or Cloud Services...
By Stephen Pinson
Software as a Service and Cloud Service offerings have become ubiquitous digital platforms for many enterprises and small businesses in their quests to provide a single unified platform...