Curious as to whether your company is at risk for using unlicensed or pirated software? Answer the following questions to help assess your risk.
Note: If your organization has ever acquired software that seemed like an incredible bargain or was offered over the Internet, without correct documentation and proof of license, this may increase your risk.
Do you know how many PCs, laptops, and servers your company currently has in use?
Do you have a software license for all software products installed on your PCs, laptops, and servers?
Are you confident that no company employees have made unauthorized copies of software?
Did you acquire all the software installed on your PCs, laptops, and servers from reputable sources?
Does your company have a written policy for copying software and/or purchasing software licenses?
If you answered “No” or “Not Sure” to any of these questions or if you are unsure about any of your answers, then you need to consider implementing Software Asset Management.
It’s the common assumption that piracy and license noncompliance pertain only to the casual copying of software. While this may be the most common form of piracy, it’s not the only one. There are other types of piracy and noncompliance that you and your company should be aware of.
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