Intellectual Property

According to Software Alliance figures, two out of every three programs installed in businesses are not legal. Reasons include lack of efficient administration in systems departments, failures in supervision mechanisms and lack of knowledge.

Software and copyright

Software and copyright

As a piece of intellectual property, software is protected under the copyright laws of a majority of governments in the world. Businesses that use illegal software are limited in technical service and continuity in their operations, and are vulnerable to cybernetic attacks that affect their information and their revenues, generating losses in the millions for industry and affecting the economic development of the country. Considering that the law protects software, an organization that uses it illegally may be subject to sanctions and a loss of credibility for its brands and its executive personnel.

SOTEC can help you to PREVENT and CORRECT any such problem you might have in your organization.

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