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ITGS Software Licensing

An explanation of the key terms relating to software licencing for section 3.2 of the ITGS syllabus
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Claire Easter

on 17 October 2011

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Transcript of ITGS Software Licensing

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Licensing Other Terms Types of Licence Types of Software A brief guide to key terms Conclusion Prezi is harder than
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without images! will depend on the user can also crop up are on the worksheet! Single User Licence is where the software can only be used on one computer Multi User Licence is where an organisation (or family) may install the software on an agreed number of computers. A reduced fee is usually paid for each computer. Site Licence is where any number of computers may use the software at a single location. Most commonly used in the UK education sector. Concurrent User Licence agreements allow the user to operate the software on an agreed number of computers. The actual computers to be used to not need to be specified providing the total number in use at any one time does not exceed the number of licences. Shareware has a licence allowing free use (and usually distribution) of the software for a trial version. After this a fee must/should be paid, usually in return for improved versions, manuals and support. Public Domain has a licence waiving rights and allowing free use of the software. It is a US legal concept and not always applied elsewhere. Freeware has a licence allowing free use (and usually distribution) of the software, but does not allow alteration or sale. Author often provides little, if any, support.
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