BSA study finds that software contributes considerably more value to
national economies if it is properly licensed than it does
if it is pirated.
The first-ever report to track year-over-year change in the international policy landscape for cloud computing shows that cloud readiness is improving, if unevenly.
How a new wave of trade protectionism is spreading through the world’s fastest-growing IT markets — and what to do about it.
Emerging markets drove the commercial value of software theft to a new record $63 billion in 2011.
Competitive Advantage: The Economic Impact of Properly Licensed Software
2013 BSA Global Cloud Computing Scorecard
BSA Market Access Report: Lockout
BSA Global Software Piracy Study: Shadow Market
BSA | The Software Alliance today applauded Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) for introducing legislation that adds constructive momentum to the debate about how to curb unwarranted patent litigation.
A new study from BSA and INSEAD, one of the world’s leading business schools, finds that increasing the amount of properly licensed software in use globally by 1 percent would add an estimated $73 billion to the world economy, compared to $20 billion from pirated software — meaning there is a $53 billion advantage associated with using licensed software.
BSA welcomes an amendment adopted in the US Senate Judiciary Committee to improve immigration-reform legislation (S. 744) by ensuring that temporary visa programs protect American workers while enabling greater access to critically needed talent and skills from abroad.
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