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What to Do When You Receive a BSA Audit Letter

One of my clients has received an audit notification from the Business Software Alliance (BSA).  I have always warned my clients about the potential of an audit when I discover that there isn’t a valid license for all the software installed, but this is my first time to gain experiential knowledge.  It is disconcerting how many times I acquire a new client, and their stack of media is mostly burned CD’s from their previous IT consultants.

During my research on the topic, I ran across this article that I wanted to link to here for future reference and hopefully you find it as useful as I have:

http://www.baselinemag.com/c/a/Projects-Management/What-to-Do-When-You-Receive-a-BSA-Audit-Letter/

2 Responses to What to Do When You Receive a BSA Audit Letter

  1. doyouneedawebsite says:

    That is interesting! I didn’t know there was actually something out there like this…

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  2. Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation :) Anyway … nice blog to visit.

    cheers, Leonine.



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