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Software Audit Nightmares

We're still looking for stories of software audits gone horribly wrong. Have you had the Business Software Alliance or a vendor rough you up during a licensing audit? Do you have a nightmare story to tell? Tell it to [email protected], with assurances that your confidentiality is absolutely guaranteed and that only I will see your story. I will not run it anywhere without contacting you first and getting your explicit approval. So, send me your worst…

Thanks,
Lee

Posted by Lee Pender on June 14, 2010 at 11:56 AM


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