The Five Biggest Turkeys in Software Piracy - Slide 6

Email     |     Share  
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
Next The Five Biggest Turkeys in Software Piracy-6 Next

The last turkey is actually an ostrich – software vendors who stick their head in the sand and ignore their own software piracy issues. These vendors believe that turning a blind eye to software piracy provides them with a form of viral marketing. In reality, they are losing revenue (that they cannot even quantify), creating an unlevel playing field for their customers, and giving the appearance that the use of pirated software is an acceptable and commonplace practice.

Thanksgiving always brings thoughts of spending time with family and friends. It also gives us time to reflect on the events of the past year.  In this slideshow, V.i. Labs takes a look at the five biggest mistakes or “turkeys” that have happened in the software piracy area in 2011.

More Slideshows:

Five Best Practices for Social Media Care Best practices for caring for customer through social media.

Emerging Cyber Threats for 2012 Georgia Tech forecasts cyber threats for 2012.

'Tis the Season to Be Grateful: Top 5 Triggers for 'Thank You' Emails Simple but powerful email campaign ideas to build loyalty with customers.


Related Topics : SMBs

More Slideshows

DataCtr8-190x128 Microsoft Windows Server 2003 End of Life Is Approaching, Is Your Business Ready?

Insight on what end of life for Server 2003 will mean for your business, in addition to tips on avoiding data loss through the migration process. ...  More >>

Five Signs It's Time to Change Your Financial Software Five Signs It's Time to Change Your Financial Software

Guidelines to help companies determine when it's time to improve financial management and change your accounting system....  More >>

The State of SMB IT The State of SMB IT

SMBs are willing to make strategic IT investments even in the most challenging of economic times....  More >>

Subscribe to our Newsletters

Sign up now and get the best business technology insights direct to your inbox.