ITAM News & Analysis
Podcast Episode 33: The Legal Perspective “User based licensing is not fit for purpose for most large organizations”
28 April 2017
2 minute read
In this Podcast I am joined by Guy Tritton, Intellectual Property Barrister at Hogarth Chambers and previous speaker at our UK Conference to get the legal perspective of ongoings in the ITAM industry, in particular, the recent Diageo and SAP case.
- What is a Barrister?
- Guy Tritton’s background
- Vendors and market dominance
- The legal perspective on the Diageo / SAP case
- The risks of user based license models
- Fair alternatives and building good agreements
Guy will speaking at our UK Conference on day 2 with his session ‘IP and Legal Issues for third party maintenance and support software providers’ covering:
- Copyright issues for TPMs when supporting and maintaining OEM software and how to minimise risk of being sued by OEMs
- Life after Rimini Street. What really happened there and should it deter TPMs?
- Making sure your TPM contract is fit for purpose. Pitfalls to avoid
- Can a TPM be liable if their client is operating without required number of software licences? Accessory liability
Come and meet Guy and attend his expert session at The Kia Oval in London on 13th & 14th June.
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