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.
18th August 2022
Every kid coming out of Harvard, every kid coming out of school now thinks he can be the next Mark Zuckerberg, and with these new technologies […]
13th December 2021
Licensing as a Service, a new method of software licensing, offers flexible and effective means of monetizing software products quickly and easily.
25th January 2021
It’s no longer financially viable for software vendors to offer a ‘one size fits all’ perpetual software license model.
27th August 2020
The subscription license model is the main license model supported by most payment providers. But not all products can be forced into a subscription license model.
18th August 2020
All software licensing providers say they’re good. But are they, really? Find out as we examine the pain licensing providers may be causing to your company.
30th June 2020
Delivering an effective Identity and Access Management strategy has become a strategic imperative for all businesses operating online.
5th June 2020
Identity-based licensing is a method by 10Duke of controlling access to a digital product based on the authenticated identity of an individual.
19th May 2020
We get a lot of questions from partners regarding ‘federated identity’ or ‘identity federation’, so we thought we’d do a short summary to explain what it […]
6th May 2020
Comparison between 10Duke Enterprise vs. Flexera’s Flexnet.
10th December 2019
In the world of software licensing, the license dongle was once the solution of choice for software developers, but no longer. Today’s ISVs require flexible licensing […]
21st August 2019
A floating software license works a bit differently. With a floating software license, multiple users (usually 5-25 users) share a defined number of seats at the […]
9th January 2019
Managing concurrency effectively is essential for many independent software vendors. Suppliers need to be able to protect their IP and revenue streams by preventing software overuse.