Revulytics Blog

Topic: Compliance Analytics

Software Analytics in Action – Should I Dump an Old Feature That Complicates UI Changes

A wide range of changes will occur throughout the lifecycle of an application. Initially they may be to address bugs and add new functionality, but as a product becomes more mature and stable, product managers may struggle to balance sustaining ...

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Michael Goff  

|  July 23, 2018   |   License Compliance

2018 Revulytics Software Piracy Statistics and Thoughts on the BSA Global Software Survey

BSA | The Software Alliance recently released its 2018 Global Software Survey and I thought it would be useful to review some of the findings and their implications for software vendors and end user organizations.

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Joseph Noonan  

|  June 07, 2018   |   Software Piracy

Ready for GDPR in a Software Usage Analytics World

At Revulytics, we’ve received questions from our customers on how to ensure General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance with our platform , and worked with Privacy Ref to put together some resources on best practices to that end. I’ll ...

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Victor DeMarines  

|  May 25, 2018   |   Usage Analytics

Why Private Equity Investors Are Talking About Compliance Intelligence

Having pretty much maxed out cost-cutting opportunities, private equity investors are increasingly looking for ways to boost top-line growth for the companies in their portfolios, with the aim of keeping pace amid market conditions and investor ...

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Joseph Noonan  

|  May 09, 2018   |   License Compliance

[Dataversity] Bring Your Own Data: Exploring a Cure for Software Licensing Compliance Ills

Every time I travel through an airport or workout at Harvard Stadium, I am reminded of the phenomenon that is Fitbit. Perhaps the only thing capable of competing for attention that people reserve for their smartphones is the desire to sneak a peek ...

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Victor DeMarines  

|  March 16, 2018   |   Software Piracy

Performance Enhancing Data to Boost Your Compliance Program

I know what you’re thinking: “PEDs?? Are you trying to get us banned from international competition??” Quite the opposite. First, let’s start with our definition of PED: Performance Enhancing Data. Now let’s add some context: effective software ...

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Victor DeMarines  

|  February 15, 2018   |   Revenue Recovery

[Dataversity] Are You Ready for GDPR?

As the May 25, 2018 deadline for the General Data Protection Act (GDPR) regulations inches closer, there isn’t a compliance officer on the planet who isn’t consumed with making sure every asset is covered. With the networked, global nature of our ...

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Victor DeMarines  

|  January 22, 2018   |   Software Piracy

Top Software License Compliance Stories of 2017

Somehow, we’ve managed to compile a “technology-related top news stories of 2017” list that doesn’t mention augmented reality, Apple’s iPhone X or Amazon’s search for a new headquarters (though loyal readers know we’ve at some point worked all of ...

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Victor DeMarines  

|  December 27, 2017   |   Revenue Recovery