The Future of Licensing in a Cloud Centric World
22 Park Ln
Mayfair, London W1K 1BE
Andrew provided a keynote: “The Future of Licensing in a Cloud Centric World” for Insight UK in London.
The session included:
- A forward-looking view on how software licensing will evolve in the next five years and to meet the demands of a cloud centric world.
- Examination of the opportunities and risks in the future to consider now.
Software as a Service applications have been around for many years, and with the emergence of cost-effective cloud platforms from a variety of suppliers, companies of any size can now take advantage of the power of cloud computing at affordable prices.
The issue for software providers is how do they transition from an on-premise model to a full SaaS model and how to price their offerings in a hyper-competitive world rife with disruption from every angle.
Practical Futurist, and a veteran of 30 years of every technical revolution since the age of dial-up bulletin-boards in the early 80s’s, to the ASP fad of the 90’s, Andrew Grill will examine how disruptive forces in cloud computing demands a new look at software licensing in a world being disrupted by cloud computing.
Andrew will take a deep dive into why software licensing is being disrupted and how software vendors can adapt to the current disruption, and future proof their business as other technologies such as blockchain become standards, looking at both the risks and opportunities now, and in the near-term.
More details can be found on the event website.
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