A license is the "right" to use a particular piece of software (either a program or an operating system). Usually, you will need a license for each copy of a program.
a collection of information that, after installation, allows you to use a licensed software product on one or more systems
a grant of rights that represent less than all the rights that would accompany full ownership
a legal document that accompanies a program
a legal statement that gives permission to a user to use the software
a right to use and should survive bankruptcy of the software vendor
a right to use a product under specified terms and conditions
a type of proprietary or gratuitous license as
An agreement between a user and a software house, giving details of the rights of the user to use or copy software
Rights given to the end user to use a particular version of a Macromedia software product.
A written contract between the college and a provider of computer software. The license usually describes the terms for how the software may be used legally and copied and disclosure l includes non-language. The license may cover the types of software evaluation or development needed in return for grants (donations) of computer equipment.
Paying a license fee to software developers for access to a program by a number of users without restriction, common in businesses and institutions.
A contract between a license issuer (HP) and a license receiver (customer) that grants permission to use a specific software product as described by the applicable Software Product Description (SPD) and the terms and conditions of the license contract. A PAK supplies the information that results from a software license contract.
You do not buy software, you license the right to use it. The software stays the property of the developer.
Not "site license."
A Software license comprises the permissions, rights and restrictions imposed on software (whether a component or a free-standing program). Use of software without a license could constitute infringement of the owner's exclusive rights under copyright or, ocassionally, patent law and allow the owner to sue the infringer.