The BSA, Business Software Alliance, is on the prowl for small businesses who’re violating licensing requirements for their software. Often this happens because a company hasn’t properly licensed all of the software they’re using or haven’t kept up with their licensing correctly. Such violations, intentional or not, can result in a substantial fee to settle the case. Smaller companies that can’t afford an inhouse IT department are particularly vulnerable. This crack down may be creating a business opportunity for persons skilled in network administration and licensing issues.
“If you build it, they will come” may work in the movies but in e-commerce sites this is rarely the case. It takes some careful planing from the start to create a web site that will attract and maintain a customer base. Here are 5 tips that can help you develop your site, particularly if […]