Beltug proposes code of conduct for software publishers, to simplify license models

Wednesday 26 February 2020 | 10:41 CET | News
Beltug, Belgium's association of telecom users, has proposed a code of conduct for software publishers, to address the complexity of license models and agreements. These are often complex, unclear and difficult to follow and proactively manage, Beltug said, adding that these then form a "roadblock" to unleashing the full potential of digitalisation.

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Categories: IT
Companies: Beltug
Countries: Belgium
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