Types Of Software Licence Requirements
Network (Per Seat) Licence
Network (Per Seat) licence is software allocated to a company on an individual number of licences purchased. Once the given number of individual licences are being all used at given time, it will not allow additional use of the software. This type of licence is typically seen within school, where they will have 30 licences for example and once they get to 31 people trying to use the software, the 31st person will not be able to use the software.
Example - Atalassian Software Agreement:
Enterprise software licence is software that is purchased by a large organisation for everyone in the organisation to use, there is no limit place on how many licences they can have.
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Software made by a company that a licence is purchased for. The software is closed source, meaning that nobody cannot copy nor modifying of the source code.
End User Licence Agreement (EULA)
End User Licence Agreement is a legal document that must be agreed to when the user is installing the software. EULA is typically included in commercial/proprietary software. Below is an example of an EULA.