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This essential resource for software developers highlights the weak points in "well-protected" software, shows how crackers break common protection schemes, and how to defend against crackers. Includes in-depth discussions of anti-debugging and anti-disassembling. The CD-ROM contains compression and encoding software, debuggers and anti-debugging tricks, practical protection demonstrations, and extended examples from the book.
For people in the software industry, failure to understand the tangle of complex rules governing software development and protection can cost thousands of dollars. This book is their salvation -- it covers everything they need to know about: § copyrights and trademarks § trade secrets and patent protection § employment agreements § working with independent contractors and employees § development, publishing and consulting agreements § multimedia development.Includes the step-by-step instructions and forms needed to register a software copyright with the U.S. Copyright Office. All contracts, agreements and legal forms are provided on a dual platform CD-ROM.
Thomas T. Nagle, John E. Hogan, Joseph Zale
The Strategy and Tactics of Pricing shows readers how to manage markets strategically - rather than simply calculate pricing based on product and profit - in order to improve their competitiveness and the profitability of their offers.
Software licenses are everywhere these days. The end user of just about every type of technology is either requested or forced to abide by the terms of the license presented to them. As a result, it has become a necessity that individuals learn how to read a license and how to negotiate favorable terms. Unlike other guides, the Software Licensing Handbook was designed to lead you through the twists and turns of the language found in almost all software, maintenance and professional services contracts. Plain english explanations of standard contract wording enables anyone to understand what you are reading, regardless of whether you are buying or selling software.
H. Ward Classen
This new Second Edition updates its first edition published in 2005 by examining the fundamental issues that both licensors and licensees confront in the negotiation of a software license. This resource is accompanied by and cross-referenced to an annotated software license. A detailed index and companion CD-ROM is also included for customization of the software license and related forms.
For people in the Web or software industries, failure to understand the tangle of rules governing development and protection can cost thousands of dollars. This book covers everything they need to know about copyrights and trademarks, trade secrets and patent protections, contractors and employees, permission and linking agreements, as well as publishing, employment and consulting agreements. Step-by-step instructions and forms needed to register a software copyright with the U.S. Copyright Office. All contracts, agreements and legal forms are provided on a dual platform CD-ROM.
Negotiate and Write Software Licenses, Computer Services Agreements, and Much More "The Tech Contracts Pocket Guide" is a friendly reference manual and how-to guide. It's for anyone whose business buys or sells software or information technology services. Written for both businesspeople and lawyers, it uses simple English, like a good contract. Here you will find: Explanations of each clause. Sample contract language. Tips on negotiation. A full length form contract (available for download). Ideas for avoiding disputes. Simple lessons on copyright licenses, warranties, indemnities, service level agreements, nondisclosure agreements, technical specifications, limitations of liability, technology escrows, software audits, and much more. "David Tollen's pithy guide both trains new hires and gives everyone a simple reference for IT contracts. Highly recommended." -David Hayden, founder of Critical Path, Archipelago LLC, and Jeteye Technologies, and cofounder of Magellan Search "David Tollen has prepared a licensing road map that's full of practical, concise information-that is, clear directions. Written in an engaging, accessible style, it's the perfect tool for both nonlawyers and lawyers learning to navigate the licensing maze." -Lawrence G. Townsend, IP attorney and author of "The Wholly Grill, A Novel about Cravings, Barbeque, and Software"