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Posted by Tasha Weiss on October 31, 2012 at 4:58 PM.
Structural software developer CSC has implemented a new licensing system for all of its core products, including its steel design software, Fastrak and Orion, and its structural calculation software, Tedds. The new system offers users greater flexibility for working remotely and accessing essential management data.
With a variety of licensing options available, customers can choose whether to lock their license to a single PC, move the license around using a hardware key or network licenses across a single office (LAN) or multiple offices or regions (WAN).
In response to customer feedback, CSC has added the option for users to work away from the office by commuting their license from their server to a local computer for a limited period; users can disconnect their computer from the network and continue to use the software remotely.
The new system’s license activation is also quicker. Users can activate multiple products online instantly and use real-time monitoring to ensure that they have the correct number of licenses for their business.
For more information about CSC’s new licensing system, visit www.cscworld.com.