Network Floating Licensing is a software licensing approach where a limited number of seats for using an application are shared among a larger number of users over time. ...

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Once your application is protected with the SoftwareKey System, there are really no limitations on how you initially deliver the software to your customer's computers. One of the ...

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The SoftwareKey System is a complete, turnkey solution for software licensing, online license activation and management, and much more. This system is comprised of two parts, a licensing ...

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You have put a lot of hard work into writing your software, so you want to get the best return for your efforts. A licensing system will help ...

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In a previous post, we discussed how to allow users to freely access minor upgrades while ensuring you get paid for major upgrades. But had you thought about the likelihood of ...

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Regularly updating an application is almost always an inescapable requirement in the life cycle of a successful software product.  Accordingly, if your application is dynamic in nature and ...

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If your software is deployed to run on your customer’s IT infrastructure, chances are you have run across a customer wanting to deploy your software on a cloud server. ...

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It is inevitable that customers will need to move licenses from one computer to another at some point. When a license becomes invalidated in the licensing server as a result ...

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Last week's licensing tip, 4 reasons to allow software deactivation – and how it works, sparked a really good question: should you limit the number of times a ...

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There are 4 main reasons why you may need or want to deactivate a software license on a customer’s computer:The customer may claim to have a dead computer and is asking to ...

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