10Duke have been called "the thought leaders of the software licensing industry" by our customers. On this blog you'll find useful guides as well as our thoughts on software licensing, identity management and other related topics.
11th April 2022
To build or buy a licensing system – the huge question all growing software vendors will face. This blog will help you make an informed decision.
20th August 2021
A brief introduction to 10Duke’s Licensing Solution. We will go through its main concepts and how to integrate with 10Duke, including delegation of authentication, product configuration […]
12th May 2021
Software Activation is a technology that verifies a software product has been legitimately licensed for use. Learn how to do it effectively.
29th March 2021
Password sharing may seem harmless, but it actually puts your business, employees and customers at risk. Find out why what you can do to prevent it.
18th February 2021
Software IP protection strategy is not just about limiting access. The best IP protection software also aims to enhance customer experience.
18th January 2021
License server is an outdated legacy solution that is blocking software companies from scaling up. Learn why and how to overcome this licensing problem.
18th November 2020
Working with 10Duke normally follows a 4 stage process, which we will go through in this blog post.
15th September 2020
Digital Rights Management (DRM) and Software Licensing both deal with protecting copyrighted materials. Learn the difference and more.
23rd December 2019
Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) involves two or more methods of authentication in order for an individual user to be given access to a system.
28th November 2019
Brute Force Attack involves multiple attempts to guess a password. But how do you protect against them? Learn all about it on this blog.
29th October 2019
SCA first came into being in September 2019* as a response to the European Second Payment Services Directive (PSD2). These plans detail a list of requirements […]
18th October 2019
Ideally, most sites you use should enforce the creation of a strong password on their system. Ideally this should involve the following steps.