In today's technology-driven world, software is a crucial aspect of many businesses. Companies rely on software to manage operations, store data and carry out various other functions. However, software can be vulnerable to a variety of risks, including unexpected events that may cause the software provider to go out of business or cease support for the software. In such situations, a software escrow agreement can provide companies with protection and peace of mind. This article will discuss what to look out for in a software escrow agreement.
After months of sleepless nights filled with seemingly endless coding and testing, it is finally here. We’re excited to introduce you to the all-new Codekeeper V4!
Software escrow is an important part of any software development project. It ensures that the software end-user has access to the source code in case of a dispute or other unforeseen circumstances like a natural disaster, or even death.
When it comes to choosing a software escrow agent that suits your individual needs, there are some elements you need to take into consideration.
A new year usually brings about a ‘season of change’. New year, new you! Although we can assure you that we aim to continue as the market leader in providing software escrow services, we do have some exciting news.
If you’re a technology company, chances are that your intellectual property (IP) is one of your most valuable assets. It’s important to protect it with the utmost care and attention. One way to do this is by putting your IP into an escrow agreement, or “IP escrow”. This means that a third party will hold onto your IP in case something goes wrong with the agreement between you and another party, such as a vendor or customer. Here are some of the ways that an IP escrow can help protect your business.