Proper Microsoft Licensing in Hosted Environments is a Two-Part Question

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Christopher Barnett, attorney at Scott & Scott, LLP, says businesses wanting to license Microsoft products for use in connection with solutions delivered to customers over the Internet need to remember proper licensing involves answering two questions:

• Are users “accessing” the software?

• Is that access “commercial hosting”?

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Published In: Intellectual Property Updates, Science, Computers & Technology Updates

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