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Software Contracts 101: What To Look For
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D. Henschen
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1/21/2014 | 12:50:42 PM
If contracts don't get you, audits will
Contracts are one thing, and now software audits are coming fast and furious. Audits of license compliance often come up when contracts are headed for renewal, so take the time to learn lessons from what you did right and what you did wrong in your last contract. Are you stuck with shelfware that you paid for but never used? Did you bet on saving with CPU pricing when per-user would have worked out better (or vice versa). The pointers above are helpful when you're signing OR renewing a license agreement. 
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