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Big-Software (Part 1): How Big-Software can use the law to destroy other companies featuring G.C. Hutson, CEO for Sadien

Big-Software companies have the power and legal backing to use federal copyright law to destroy other companies, that use their products without proper licensing.

The financial and operational consequences of not auditing and maintaining your company's software licensing can be catastrophic. It can literally destroy your business and literally ruin your life.

Software license compliance is vital to the security and prosperity of your business. Software copyright, piracy and compliance are strictly governed by federal law. And that law dramatically favors the best interests of software companies, almost entirely.

Sadien, Inc. is a consulting group that specializes in software piracy. To learn more, visit us at http://www.Sadien.com or call us (615) 869-0022.

See more software related videos at http://www.sadien.com/video.html

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