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Australian online accounting and legal software player Reckon has seen an 18 percent increase in cash flow for the year ending 2014, with the company attributing part of the boost to its new subscription model.
The cost of buying non-pirate software can be prohibitive for many Africans. Can the likes of Microsoft persuade consumers that a legal copy is worth paying all those extra dollars for?
Central and local-level governments in the country has spent a total of 2.16 billion yuan on legal copies of software in the past three years to combat piracy.
On this week's show, the CMO of legal information provider, LexisNexis, and CIO of Seton Hill University share advice on enterprise relationships, software, and selling advice to vendors.
The UK-based vendor has stopped pursuing the government departments in a legal battle over software licensing after both departments agreed to settle out of court.
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Oracle has rejected SAP's offer of $306 million to settle a copyright infringement case launched in 2007, according to SAP.
The Fair Work Ombudsman has launched a prosecution against the director of Compliance & Competency Management for underpaying IT staff and violating several workplace laws.
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A bipartisan bill aims to bring in a 'loser pays' system for software and hardware patent lawsuits, to protect startups from companies that want to force settlements through the threat of high legal bills
While the EU Court decision will have minimal legal impact in Australia, it will make the country look closer at its own Copyright Act and how it deals with second-hand software distribution.
Suppliers offering more standard contracts to provide benefits of scalability, and focus increasingly shifting to customer relationship to understand business needs, industry watchers note.
Inspection of other suppliers finds contraventions rampant and conditions can be "worse" than those at Foxconn, reports watchdog China Labor Watch.
Sites targeted at adolescents will attract predators and may not necessarily be any safer than other popular platforms, say security observers, following recent rapes involving children using various social networking platforms.
Web sites, using names of government organizations or charity groups, conned money from businesses or individuals through blackmail, identity thefts and ransoms.
Lawsuit by unnamed Japanese alleges Internet giant's autocomplete feature breached his privacy, seeks damages for sudden job loss and subsequent job rejections.
Trade of commercial game items to be banned from the second half of this year to keep students from wasting time, report says.
Automated data archiving system helps companies protect themselves against lawsuits and comply with upcoming data protection legislations, Symantec exec says, but Asian companies hesitant to jump onboard.
Software used internally should still be protected even if there's less risk, and companies should know limitations of copyright law and create holistic regime to safeguard intellectual property, say observers.
About 63 percent of computer users in Asia-Pacific admit they acquired pirated software in 2011, driving PC software theft in region to record high of US$21 billion, BSA study reveals.
Open source picking up in Asia-Pacific developing markets but piracy still plagues region partly driven by equally strong demand for proprietary software, say industry observers.
Downloaded software can be resold just as software on physical media can, the advocate-general of the Court of Justice of the European Union has said in a legal opinion.Downloaded software can be resold just as software on physical media can, according to an opinion published by a lawyer at the Court of Justice of the European Union.
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