El comercio de software se mueve – y nosotros con él. Por ello, en esta página le ofrecemos información interesante relativa al mercado del software usado. En el archivo hallará noticias más antiguas.
El fundador de usedSoft, Peter Schneider, se pone a disposición de la revista suiza IT Reseller para contestar a todas sus preguntas. En la entrevista habla de los comienzos de su concepto empresarial, explica la evolución del mercado y analiza las ventajas para los clientes. Encontrará la entrevista completa aquí...
The recent case of Usedsoft v Oracle is important for software developers, who may as a consequence no longer be able to restrict their customers from selling their software on to a third party as “used software”.
Computerwelt reports that following the landmark ECJ ruling for the software industry, the Frankfurt Higher Regional Court has decided that volume and even school licences can be split and resold. Now that “it seems to be all systems go for used software dealers”, Computerwelt has requested an interview with UsedSoft CEO Peter Schneider.
The Whiteboard blog, which reports on technology and business trends in Europe, features the “entrepreneur behind the usedSoft story”, CEO Peter Schneider. How the idea for trading in used software came about and how it has developed over the years, is revealed in this article.
"Paid downloads should be treated in the same way as purchased CDs or DVDs." This was the judgement of the Court of Justice of the European Union, giving usedSoft victory in its lawsuit against Oracle in July 2012. This judgement can now also serve as the first signal when it comes to the re-sale of legally downloaded music, movies, e-books or games.