INTUG Presents CoC for Software Publishers to Software Asset Managers and Publishers  

INTUG discussed our proposal for a Code of Conduct (CoC) for Software Publishers with around 100 top Software Asset Managers from major international companies, at Software Asset Management (SAMS) Europe, in Berlin.

EuroCIO and INTUG Join Forces to Ensure Stronger Representation of Business ICT Users in Europe

The European CIO Association (EuroCIO) and INTUG have adopted a cooperation agreement to work closely together to actively promote professional users’ interests at the international and European levels.

EuroCIO and INTUG Join Forces to Ensure Stronger Representation of Business ICT Demand Side

EuroCIO and INTUG are joining forces to ensure better representation of the interests and needs of ICT business users towards international and European institutions and ICT service providers, to improve the balance between the representation of business users and of ICT service providers.

INTUG’s Proposal for Software Publishers’ Code of Conduct Ready for Discussion

INTUG has published its Proposal for a Software Publishers’ Code of Conduct based on input from many different companies from different countries. It is now being sent to SAP, Oracle, Microsoft and IBM for feedback and to support a constructive cooperation.

EuroCIO Supports INTUG Proposal for Code of Conduct for Software Providers

INTUG has worked for the past several months to prepare a proposal for a Code of Conduct for software publishers.

INTUG Presents Business Users’ Issues at BEREC Forum

Danielle Jacobs spoke at the 3rd BEREC Stakeholder Forum on 15 October in Brussels, giving voice to the needs of international and national business users on topics including the Internet of Things, the need for competition in the telecoms market, net neutrality and INTUG’s proposal for a Code of Conduct for software publishers.

INTUG Develops a Proposal for a Code of Conduct for Software Providers

With so many questions from our members regarding software license management and software audits, INTUG and BELTUG have worked for the past several months to prepare a proposal for a Code of Conduct for software publishers.