Ever wonder about the impact of software piracy in an age of Software-as-a-Service? Despite efforts to curb…
Microsoft and IDC say the channel will benefit from a level playing field where everyone uses fully licensed, legal software
Microsoft Corp. has launched Federal Court lawsuits against seven Ontario system builders for allegedly loading unlicensed copies of its software onto PCs and selling them without certificates of authenticity and other components of the company’s software.
An anti-piracy roundtable recently explored the issue, which allegedly has cost the Canadian economy $1.1 billion. Later, an industry representative complained Canadian civil penalties aren’t tough enough