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By Julie Machal-Fulks
Of the many complex licensing arrangements Oracle offers to its customers, none seem to generate as much confusion and consternation as the Unlimited License Agreement ("ULA").
By Christopher Barnett
In order to effectively manage their software usage and to mitigate compliance exposure, companies need to know how to gather and analyze information regarding their product usage.
By Rob Scott
A newer audit model Microsoft launched is the SPLA certified self-assessment.
By Keli Johnson Swan
Managing a complex IT environment very challenging, even before becoming involved in an external software audit from a software publisher or a third-party auditing entity.
By Christopher Barnett
One of the tasks with which Scott & Scott's clients most commonly request our assistance is how to conduct a software audit.
By Rob Scott
I usually advise my clients to cooperate with the BSA, but to do so without compromising any legal rights.
By Rob Scott
If your company has received a letter from the BSA requesting a software audit, you are probably wondering whether you should cooperate or tell the BSA to pound sand.
By Rob Scott
Here are the steps to a typical BSA audit.
By Rob Scott
Most BSA Audits begin with a report from a disgruntled employee or former employee.
By Rob Scott
If your company licenses products to third parties under the Microsoft Service Provider License Agreement, you may receive a request to perform a self assessment and provide a certification...
By Julie Machal-Fulks
Here are seven tips I have learned over the last decade that can help a company prepare both before and after receiving an audit notice.
By Keli Johnson Swan
The following list includes several common questions and concerns related to licensing VMware.
By Christopher Barnett
Naturally, many of those clients have questions about that process and the ramifications of cooperating with Microsoft.
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.