Why should you pay for software when it isn't being used or for software functionality that isn't needed? This seems obvious but, until recently, a software client had little or no alternative. The only option was to purchase around-the-clock access to unneeded capabilities along with the needed ones, even though only a fraction of the software functionality is used a fraction of the time it is licensed.

However, now that most of us are connected via the Internet and internal intranets, a new concept, dynamic user locked software licensing (DULSL), is changing the situation. DULSL provides the client with the...

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