Unlicensed software use fell again in 2015, finds BSA

Doug Woodburn
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Unlicensed software use fell again in 2015, finds BSA

UK, EU and global rates all tumble thanks to rise of cloud, software asset management and increase in legal settlements

The use of unlicensed software in the UK is continuing to fall steadily, according to the latest biannual Business Software Alliance (BSA) study, with the growth of cloud and rising vendor enforcement...

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