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Trust But Verify (Software Adoption)

Instinct can lead to wonderful places. Henry Ford and Bill Gates are just a couple of business leaders who followed gut decisions to success. But instinct isn’t always reliable. Steve Jobs brought the world the Macintosh, iPhones, and iPads, but he ...

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Keith Fenech  

|  November 08, 2019   |   Product Management

Piracy Impact Podcast: Dominique Laffret, TopSolid

We feature another conversation from Jason’s trip to Paris when he spoke with Dominique Laffret, VP at leading CAD/CAM vendor TopSolid. Dominique discusses how they decided they needed to track and measure the illegal use of their software and how ...

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Michael Goff  

|  November 05, 2019   |   Software Piracy

A Crawl, Walk, Run Approach To Increasing Your Analytics IQ

Despite an industry obsession with data analytics, most companies lack confidence in their ability to pull off advanced big data initiatives. Instead of being paralyzed by perceived shortcomings and lack of mature practices, more successful ...

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Joseph Noonan  

|  November 01, 2019   |   Product Management

Q&A with Sari Harrison: Beyond Vanity Metrics

Revulytics sponsors a series of Product Management Today webinars featuring innovative ideas from top software product management thought leaders. In these blog posts, we ask the presenters to share their insights - we encourage you to watch the ...

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Keith Fenech  

|  October 30, 2019   |   Product Management

Piracy Impact Podcast: Law 21’s Borja Suarez

Jason traveled to Paris and spoke with Borja Suarez, a lawyer specializing in intellectual property law working in international environments at Law 21 in Madrid. Borja talks about the different methods of engagement when doing software license ...

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Michael Goff  

|  October 24, 2019   |   Software Piracy

Software Piracy in the United States [New Data]

According to the most recent BSA Global Software Survey in 2018, software piracy in the United States is reported to be at 15 percent (down from 19 percent in 2011), yet has a commercial value of $8.6 billion (down slightly from 9.7 billion in 2011).

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Victor DeMarines  

|  October 21, 2019   |   Software Piracy

Moving Applications to the Cloud and Adopting Cloud-Like Business Models

On-premise software vendors are incorporating cloud-like business models and subscription-based pricing that make them more competitive and best meet the needs of their customers. Adobe, Autodesk, and Microsoft have all adopted hybrid (on-premise ...

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Victor DeMarines  

|  October 17, 2019   |   Cloud

Software Piracy in Russia [New Data]

According to the most recent BSA Global Software Survey in 2018, software piracy in Russia is reported to be at 62 percent with a commercial value of $1.29 billion. While the piracy rate has remained relatively steady since 2011 (when it was 63 ...

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Victor DeMarines  

|  October 11, 2019   |   Software Piracy