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I think most software publishers define what they consider to be acceptable piracy - be it in their own customer base (so-called unintentional piracy) or malicious piracy (sometimes considered a good viral way to spread your product). But from the enterprise (i.e., a corporation) perspective , keeping honest-people-honest is no longer an option, due to compliance. So, the irony is - that the software publisher is actually helping their corporate customers by providing the right mechanisms built into the product to keep their usage honest. Software publisher wins (reduce piracy); Enterprise customer wins (reduced compliance monitoring challenges). Of course, all this has to be done keeping the other P's in mind!
Toggle Commented Apr 28, 2010 on The Three P's of Licensing at LicensingLive!
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