A Victorian IT company in breach of copyright law has paid $72,000 in damages for the use of unlicensed software programs owned by Adobe and Microsoft.
Many organisations are throwing away their money on software that does not even get used, forcing a rethink of their purchasing decisions and a significant shift away from traditional purchasing models for enterprise software.
Global data protection software vendor Veeam Software says it recorded a 31% increasing in total revenue bookings and new licence bookings for Australia in 2013.
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