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Optus to outsource, offshore 75 jobs

Optus to outsource, offshore 75 jobs

Ongoing transformation efforts affect digital division.
Oct 3 2014 3:14PM
Software piracy hunters target cloud users

Software piracy hunters target cloud users

As traditional avenues for IP violations dry up.
Jan 30 2014 5:04AM
Anti-piracy group seeks more IT manager informants

Anti-piracy group seeks more IT manager informants

Dob in pirate enterprise, get $20,000.
Jul 4 2012 7:00AM
Kaspersky quits BSA, snubs US piracy bill

Kaspersky quits BSA, snubs US piracy bill

Calls bill "counter-productive".
Dec 7 2011 10:11AM
BSA wins $150,000 in software piracy case

BSA wins $150,000 in software piracy case

Updated: Informant takes $20,000 reward.
Sep 8 2011 11:42AM
Audit frights

Audit frights

What to do when a software auditor knocks.
Aug 4 2011 12:30PM
$900m piracy report author defends conclusions

$900m piracy report author defends conclusions

But annual losses only a "ballpark".
Mar 17 2011 11:56AM
'Phoenix' burned in $100k software copyright bust

'Phoenix' burned in $100k software copyright bust

Those singed unlikely to again infringe, says BSA.
Sep 10 2010 12:31PM
HP beefs up virtualisation tools

HP beefs up virtualisation tools

HP is rolling out a new version of its Business Service Automation (BSA) software.
Apr 9 2009 11:09AM
BSA warns Aussie businesses about software piracy ‘can of worms’

BSA warns Aussie businesses about software piracy ‘can of worms’

The Business Software Alliance (BSA) is urging Australian IT managers to better examine their security policies and software assets to make sure they aren’t sitting on a dangerous ‘can of worms’ of software piracy.
May 29 2008 4:46PM
BSA study reveals Aussie software piracy slightly down

BSA study reveals Aussie software piracy slightly down

Results of a study by the Business Software Alliance (BSA) signal that PC software piracy in Australia has fallen one percentage point in 2007.
May 15 2008 2:34PM
BSA settles largest piracy case to date

BSA settles largest piracy case to date

Global settlement with international media firm follows year-longinvestigation
Sep 19 2007 7:04AM
BSA gears up for software audit push

BSA gears up for software audit push

The Business Software Alliance (BSA) is gearing up for a final push to convince companies to fill in their voluntary audit forms.
Jul 24 2007 5:12PM
US$1M reward for dobbing in pirates

US$1M reward for dobbing in pirates

The US Business Software Alliance, an advocacy group representing major software manufacturers, has announced that it has raised its reward incentive for turning in suspected software pirates — from US$200,000 to up to US$1 million from July to October.
Jul 4 2007 11:37AM
Web piracy crackdown involving Adobe and Microsoft

Web piracy crackdown involving Adobe and Microsoft

Global blitz on software scams.
Mar 13 2007 2:15PM
Turn in software pirates on new BSA site

Turn in software pirates on new BSA site

The Business Software Alliance (BSA) has launched a website designed for reporting suspected internet auction fraud.
Jun 7 2006 9:47PM
Firm: BSA may unintentionally encourage piracy

Firm: BSA may unintentionally encourage piracy

The Business Software Alliance (BSA) today came under fire for launching a U.K. anti-piracy program that appeals to disgruntled employees by offering generous financial incentives in exchange for anonymous tips reporting software license violations.
May 10 2006 10:01AM
From RSA 2006: BSA says IT security awareness on the rise

From RSA 2006: BSA says IT security awareness on the rise

Information security is now a considerably more prominent issue to private companies than it was just two years ago, according to a survey released by the Business Software Alliance this week.
Feb 16 2006 1:47AM
McAfee exec to head up BSA board

McAfee exec to head up BSA board

Kent Roberts, executive vice president and general counsel at McAfee, has been elected chairman of the Business Software Alliance's (BSA) board of directors for 2006.
Jan 26 2006 2:55PM
Piracy reduction could boost revenues by $4.7B

Piracy reduction could boost revenues by $4.7B

A software piracy reduction of up to 22 percent by 2009 could boost local industry revenues by $4.7 billion and create 10,000 new jobs, according to a study conducted by IDC and the Business Software Alliance (BSA).
Dec 9 2005 10:46AM

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