By Dr. Michael Corey and Don Sullivan Apr 1, 2022 Many organizations still remember the sting of being a victim of the dreaded patent trolls. Patents
Trend-Setting Products in Data and Information Management for 2022 Dec 8, 2021By Joyce Wells Read our view from the top! The importance of leveraging data quickly
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Michael Corey and Don Sullivan Give Best Practices for Database Licensing at Data Summit Connect 2021
As software infrastructure is stretched between on premise, public clouds, and hybrid clouds, keeping software in compliance is a significant challenge. Sorting through all the
The past 15 months have provided an object lesson for all organizations in the importance of being agile and moving quickly to address new challenges
View From the Top by Michael Corey Co-founderLicenseFortress is honored to be recognized by DBTA as an industry leader on the 2021 DBTA 100 list.
With the 1-year anniversary of the COVID-19 shutdown just behind us, there has been a lot of dialogue regarding what different industries have experienced over the past year. Acknowledging this dubious anniversary, we sat down to collect our thoughts and share a few advisements with respect to our small corner of the legal and tech industry.
Data management and integration demands continue to increase as organizations are faced with more data flowing in from a greater variety sources than ever before. At the same time, there is the need to extract business value, protect, and offer wider access to that data for more users. Today, being data-driven is the goal of all companies, whether long established or born digital.
LicenseFortress, provider of an Oracle software license compliance solution, has announced the addition of services by specialized legal advisors to its licensing and technology teams.
LicenseFortress is partnering with Beeman & Muchmore, LLP, a law firm delivering software auditing and licensing counseling, with the goal of helping customers to stay in compliance with software licensing in order to avoid license violations and legal disputes with software vendors.
“Don’t bring a knife to a gunfight,” is how Michael Corey, co-founder of LicenseFortress, advises companies that are going to get audited by their software vendors. Conducting license compliance checks for over ten years, Corey has witnessed several instances where companies fail to understand software licensing nuances and lack knowledge around license metrics pertaining to software deployment, usage, configurations, and cloud architectures. Such blind spots are why software vendors like Oracle, IBM, and Microsoft find software audits an easy way to generate additional revenue.