BSA news stories
Women in Technology
Opinion: Inclusivity the key to bridging the tech talent gap
Annabel Lee says the gender imbalance in data centre and IT circles will have a significant impact in the future with more jobs than graduates to fill them.
Taking back control: Four steps to reporting unlicensed software usage
Despite the enormous benefits that software brings to the table for a business, many still choose to forgo paying for it.
Five reasons why we need to rethink software piracy
More than one-third of software in use on personal computers around the world today is unlicensed.
A/NZ consumers using less unlicensed software - but those who do are at risk of a breach
In Asia Pacific as a whole, 57% of its software usage is unlicensed. How do New Zealand and Australia fare?
BSA settles $347,000 in damages against Australian firms that used unlicensed software
“Businesses need to remember that unlicensed software, or software downloaded from an unknown source, may contain malware."
Is the government’s new data breach bill going to give your business a bad reputation?
No one likes admitting when they’ve made a mistake. Especially if it’s a big one, like a leak that exposes customers’ private & personal information.
1 in 5 Australians using pirated software: What ESET thinks
Businesses of all sizes should be proactively prohibiting the use of illegal or unlicensed software.
BSA Report: 61% of Asia Pacific region at risk by using unlicensed software
BSA's 2016 Global Software report: the Asia-Pacific region has the highest rate of unlicensed software use, worth $19.1 billion in commercial value.
Aussie company fined for using unlicensed software
Software advocate BSA has imposed damages of $100,000 on a West Australian metal works company for using unlicensed software
Australia's cloud computing game slipping
"Australia’s ranking is a sign that the legal and regulatory environment for cloud computing in Australia is not keeping pace with cloud innovation."