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More Variety with Less Cost: Using Software Features to Achieve Product Differentiation - White Paper

The Sentinel HASP Envelope - White Paper

The Sentinel HASP Envelope Whitepaper-This paper examines a variety of counterattacks available as part of the Sentinel HASP Envelope mechanism for protecting applications from piracy.

Understanding White Box Cryptography - White Paper

Traditionally, cryptography has offered a means of communicating sensitive (secret, confidential or private) information while making it unintelligible to everyone except for the message recipient. Cryptography, as was used in ancient biblical times, offered a technique in which text was manually substituted within a message as a means of hiding its original content.

Overcoming Java Vulnerabilities - White Paper

Overcoming Java Vulnerabilities to Code Manipulation, Reverse Engineering and Theft White Paper

White Paper - Navigating the Top 6 Challenges of Cloud Service Delivery

Navigating the Top 6 Challenges of Cloud Service Delivery White Paper - For Enterprise organizations, utilization of software as a service (SaaS) applications means easier budgeting, faster deployment, and reduced risk. For cloud service providers and established on-premise software publishers, SaaS presents a new opportunity to give customers what they want—while ensuring recurring revenue streams and exploring new markets.

How to Achieve a Cloud-Connected Experience Using On-Premise Applications - White Paper

The cloud is influencing how businesses wish to use and be charged for the software they acquire. Pay per use, metered pricing, or utility pricing are all considered consumption-based pricing models which align more closely with the desired customer experience and the way people wish to use their software today.

White Paper - How to get Software Licensing right the first time

In spite of a difficult economic climate, the software industry and technology in general have fared okay. In many cases, it is because these software companies have been able to help their end users cut costs through flexibility in licensing their software products – either as a service or through subscription or pay-per-use models.

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