proprietary software

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proprietary software

Software owned by a single organization or individual. Contrast with open source. See public domain software, freeware and shareware.
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As announced in its last press release, Artprice has - since early December 2012 in the case of Google and since January 2013 in the case of Baidu (China) - started making a very large part of the structure of its databanks and its Market Art standardization available as online freeware (free proprietary software license, but with certain usage restrictions).
As announced in its last press release, in early December Artprice began making available a very large part of the structure of its databases and its Market Art standardization as freeware online (free proprietary software license, but with certain usage restrictions), mainly via Google and Baidu (China).
Our clients will receive legal protection equal to, if not beyond, what they receive with proprietary software licenses.
Our collaboration with EnterpriseDB will help our customers to offer a real alternative to spending huge amounts on proprietary software licenses.
Component information includes over 32,000 security vulnerabilities, more than 7,000 encryption libraries and algorithms, as well as information on over 1,400 open source and proprietary software licenses.
Move to open source software eliminates tens of thousands of proprietary software licenses and reduces hardware costs by 25 to 80 percent
Instead of continually investing in more and more expensive hardware and proprietary software licenses, they can now better manage their growth by replicating database servers on low-cost commodity PCs.
As educational institutions face increasing costs of proprietary software licenses and maintenance fees, Unicon provides an increasingly attractive alternative with open-source and hosted solutions for cost-conscious, resource-constrained organizations for their online campuses and communities.
ago, reflecting a stronger mix of proprietary software licenses sold in