The GeForce NOW Vulnerability: What Gamers Need to Know
Nvidia revealed a high-severity vulnerability (CVE‑2020‑5992) in its GeForce NOW application software for Windows—used for its cloud-based gaming service which provides real-time gameplay on desktops, laptops, Mac, and Android devices.
Aligning Software Price and Value
It is an understatement to say that conditions created by the COVID-19 pandemic have presented challenges to software suppliers across the board. Global enterprise software giant SAP (a company that sells software both on-premise and in the cloud)...
Monetization Monitor: Software Usage Analytics 2020
Read the second Monetization Monitor Report in the series on Usage to learn more about: <ul> <li>Growing Interest among Software Vendors in Usage Data</li> <li>Benefits & Challenges of Data Collection</li> <li>Usage Data’s Role in Compliance Efforts </li> </ul>
Addressing the Hidden Cost of Embedding Open Source Software
Read <em>“Addressing the Hidden Cost of Embedding Open Source Software”</em> report from IDC to learn more about the benefits of devising and adopting an Open Source Strategy
Getting Real About The Complexity of Auditing Linux
Join this webinar with Dr. Andreas Kotulla, Founder & Managing Director of Bitsea, and Michael Lelchuk, Manager of Professional Services from Revenera, and learn more about the need for deep code scanning analysis.
The important role developers play in preventing revenue leakage from open source software
In detailing the “Five Traits of a Transformative CIO,” first on the consulting firm McKinsey Digital’s list was that such CIOs are business leaders who take responsibility for initiatives that generate revenue.
X Marks the Spot: Following Pirates to New Software License Revenue
Each year, Google’s annual “Frightgeist” survey ranks the most popular Halloween costumes by search traffic. Sitting squarely among the top 20 this year were many traditional garbs, with Pirate in the number 16 spot. As a product marketing...
Remote Code Execution Vulnerability: Oracle WebLogic Server Under Attack
A critical and easily exploitable remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2020-14882) in Oracle WebLogic Server is being targeted by attackers. The issue has a CVSS base score of 9.8 out of 10 and is remotely exploitable without authentication.
Turning Trial Users into Successful Customers
Join Revenera and TechSmith for a discussion about experimenting with data-driven onboarding to boost customer experience during trials and drive business outcomes.
The MSIX Journey: What Have We Learned?
Join John Vintzel, Principal Program Manager Lead in the Developer Experiences and Platform team at Microsoft, and Venkat Ram Donga, Product Management Leader at Revenera, for an informative, fireside discussion about MSIX changes and how Modification Packages make sense for software vendors.
Market Guide for Software Composition Analysis - Gartner
Learn more by reading the entire report about what to do to shore up your defenses against open source vulnerabilities.