May 18, 2001
Opponents of the controversial UCITA software licensing law in the US appear to have succeeded in stalling the bill in states...
May 18, 2001
As PC sales decline in the US Microsoft is betting its long-term cash flow stability on software licensing changes - but will...
May 15, 2001
Microsoft will fundamentally change the global software licensing market with its shift to subscription-based licensing and...
May 11, 2001
Microsoft has launched a subscription-based licensing model that will offer users short-term benefits but longer lifetime costs.
January 31, 2001
Following its settlement with Sun over Java licensing earlier this week, Microsoft has given its first indication that it will...
November 22, 2000
IBM S/390 users moving to the new z900 mainframe and z/OS stand to make massive savings in software licensing charges,...
November 01, 2000
Computer Associates is to drop its existing licensing model in favour of a subscription-based approach.
September 20, 2000
IDC European IT forum: Good news on e-commerce but warnings on skills gap and true cost of 3G licences Mike Simons
April 26, 2000
New US legislation that puts suppliers in a commanding position during software licence disputes will be a hot topic at the UKCMG user group meeting in...
April 12, 2000
Computer Associates has decided to tear up its existing licensing strategy in a bid to win more e-business work.
March 22, 2000
Cliff Saran and Antony Savvas
Eurim, the parliamentary IT lobbying organisation, will discuss changes to Microsoft's client...