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Mike Wozniak is one of the co-founders of SoftwareKey.com and responsible for marketing, content and product strategy. When he isn't plotting new ways to help customers solve licensing and business automation challenges, he likes to travel and entertain guests who come to visit the Orlando area. He also writes most of the licensing tips here.

Jun 20

This Year’s (Licensing) Models: Short on Glamour, But Long on Imagination and Innovation

By Mike Wozniak | General Licensing Tips

Possibilities

The SoftwareKey System has been serving the needs of software authors and publishers worldwide since the dawning of the 1990s. You can imagine that after working with nearly 7,000 customers, we would have encountered nearly every possible scheme for licensing software. Just when we, too, think we have seen it all – customers and prospects alike […]

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May 01

Root Canal or EULA? Part 2 of 4: More important considerations when developing an End-User License Agreement

By Mike Wozniak | General Licensing Tips

frog with toothache

OUCH!  His aching tooth! We feel obligated to take a quick moment to offer our apologies for taking over a month to post the second installment of this series regarding End-User Licensing Agreements (EULAs).  It was all but forgotten until one of our staff members came to the office one morning with an excruciating toothache […]

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Apr 19

Protection PLUS 5.14.1.0 released

By Mike Wozniak | Releases

The Protection PLUS 5 Native Edition library (still labelled as a beta version) is the only component of the SoftwareKey System which is affected by the Heartbleed bug.  See our blog post on Heartbleed. Are you currently using one of the legacy editions of Protection PLUS Version 4 (Professional / Enterprise / Internet Editions)?  We […]

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Apr 18

SOLO Server 1.14.1.1 released and posted

By Mike Wozniak | Releases

A new release of SOLO Server was deployed for all Instant SOLO Server Shared URL and Instant SOLO Server Dedicated URL customers. License Counter Enhancements Depending upon the menu of licensing options a software vendor makes available to its customers, it may be occasionally necessary to specify an initial limit on the number of users, […]

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Mar 12

Ever Heard of Eula, Texas? Part 1 of 4: Important considerations when developing an End-User License Agreement

By Mike Wozniak | General Licensing Tips

Eula, Texas

Quick info on Eula, Texas before talking about software EULAs Before today, none of us here at SoftwareKey had ever heard of Eula, Texas, either.  You see, the staff member assigned with the task of composing a blog post regarding EULAs (End-User Licensing Agreements) was looking for inspiration (OK, let’s get real — EULAs are, […]

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