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ValueLicensing founder to speak at Smart Business Tech Live
Jonathan Horley, the founder and MD of pre-owned software specialists ValueLicensing, will speak at Smarter Business Tech Live this week, 15th-16th November, to give an insight into pre-owned software opportunity for IT managers and finance departments.
Pre-owned software firm licensed to add value at Smarter Business Tech Live
ValueLicensing is delighted to confirm that it will be exhibiting at Smarter Business Tech Live this month, from 15th-16th November at the Manchester Central Complex.
The pre-owned Mircosoft software specialist buys and sells software throughout Europe at volume, passing on the savings and releasing cash to its customers and suppliers.
East Midlands based International Company Value Licensing Grows from Strength to Strength
ValueLicensing, the country’s leading software resale company and a registered Microsoft partner, has grown again recently with the addition of Brett Butcher as a Non-Exec Director to advise on strategy and growth management.
Pre-owned licences reduce the cost of the war on cybercrime
Pre-owned licenses reduce the cost of the war on cybercrime
Cyberattacks and data breaches are two of the greatest concerns for modern businesses - but making sure your business has access to greater security needn't cost the earth, according to one expert.
CNET - CJEU rules that sale of used licenses is just fine.
The European Union's Court of Justice has reportedly crushed Oracle's hope of stopping a company from reselling its used software. The Luxembourg-based court today ruled in favor of German company UsedSoft, which sells used software licenses. The court said that once a software company sells "a copy of a computer program," its "exclusive right of distribution" is eliminated, paving the way for other companies to sell the used licenses, according to The Wall Street Journal, which obtained a copy of the ruling. The rule applies to both physical media and copies of the software downloaded over the Web, according to the court.......