Software Piracy Trends: Good News for Software Vendors in 2016

Who Should Attend
  • VPs or Directors of Sales
  • Licensing and Compliance Officers
  • VPs or Directors of Marketing
  • VPs or Directors of Product Management
  • Corporate Counsel
Presenters
Victor DeMarines
Victor DeMarines
Vice President
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About this Presenter

Victor DeMarines brings extensive product management and marketing experience to Revulytics, where he is responsible for product strategy and direction. He is a frequent speaker and author on topics including software piracy, license compliance, and software usage analytics. Victor was previously a senior product manager at RSA Security where he drove product strategy for the company's strong authentication, Smart Card, and enterprise Single Sign-On client products. Prior to RSA, Victor was the director of product management at Authentica (now EMC) where he was instrumental in defining product strategy and direction for Authentica’s enterprise rights management and secure email solutions. Before Authentica, Victor held senior product management positions at AXENT Technologies (now Symantec) and Progress Software, a global supplier of software technology and services.

ON DEMAND

Would you be surprised to learn that software piracy is occurring at 100% of the top 50 engineering schools? Probably not, but what does that mean? What about the Fortune 100 or top 100 software companies?

Join V.i. Labs' Vice President of Products and Strategy, Vic DeMarines, as he presents software piracy statistics gathered from our global software usage data. These aren't just estimates - they represent the actual use of unlicensed software from our aggregated CodeArmor® data.

Watch now to learn more about:
  • Emerging trends in unpaid software use
  • Piracy statistics by industry
  • Top countries for unpaid use and compliance
  • How V.i. Labs data has generated over $1B in new license revenue since 2010
  • Customer success stories
Watch now and learn how you can start recovering revenue from pirated use.