Archive for the ‘Security’ Category

Windows Vista-enables software protection for 32-and 64-bit applications

March 4, 2008
Microsoft® has projected that 400 million PCs will be running Windows Vista in the next 24 months. Developers around the world are worrying about all the things that can go wrong with their new software.

Vista marks Microsoft’s biggest launch since Windows 95. Instead of focusing on the chaos that will occur with Windows Vista, focus on the massive opportunity that will result by getting your software to market first! Developers, ensure your Windows Vista-enabled software that you bring to market, can protect your 32-bit and 64-bit applications, on all Vista platforms, with no changes required.

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November 4, 2007 | Registered CommenterNancy Bozek
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The Merits of True Network Licensing

March 4, 2008
The difference between simple software protection solutions that allow licensed software to run on a standalone computer and a network licensing-enabled software protection (NLESP) application is significant.Since the enterprise market makes up a significant portion of total software sales, vendors are wise to consider the important benefits of NLESP when choosing a protection solution.

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November 4, 2007 | Registered CommenterNancy Bozek