LICENSE COSTS

Brand Owner (click to sort) Address Description
1E 1E Limited CP House, 97-107 Uxbridge Road
London W55TL
Providing advice, configuration management, consultancy, deployment, ...
1E 1E Limited CP House, 97-107 Uxbridge Road
London W55TL
Providing advice, configuration management, consultancy, deployment, ...
1EWORKSPACE 1e Limited CP House
GB
London W55TL
United Kingdom
Providing advice, configuration management, consultancy, deployment, ...
ACTIVEEFFICIENCY 1E Limited CP House, 97-107 Uxbridge Road
GB
London W55TL
United Kingdom
Providing advice, configuration management, consultancy, deployment, ...
 

Where the owner name is not linked, that owner no longer owns the brand

   
Technical Examples
  1. A software licensing system includes a license generator located at a licensing clearinghouse and at least one license server and multiple clients located at a company or entity. When a company wants a software license, it sends a purchase request (and appropriate fee) to the licensing clearinghouse. The license generator at the clearinghouse creates a license pack containing a set of one or more individual software licenses. To prevent the license pack from being copied and installed on multiple license servers, the license generator assigns a unique license pack ID to the license pack and associates the license pack ID with the particular license server in a master license database kept at the licensing clearinghouse. The license generator digitally signs the license pack and encrypts it with the license server's public key. The license server is responsible for distributing the software licenses from the license pack to individual clients. When a client needs a license, the license server determines the client's operating system platform and grants the appropriate license. To prevent an issued license from being copied from one client machine to another, the software license is assigned to a specific client by including a client ID within the license. The software license also has a license ID that is associated with the client ID in a database record kept at the license server. The license server digitally signs the software license and encrypts it using the client's public key. The license is stored locally at the client.