Yearly Archives: 2015

/2015

Quick License Manager v8 Released!

By | October 23rd, 2015|News|

We’ve released QLM v8 which includes new forms that you can embed on your web site to capture user information and generate trial keys, integration with MailChimp, a brand new WooCommerce Plugin, an improved QLM Portal, PDF document protection and soon EXE protection.

QLM Portal

By | July 9th, 2015|Did You Know|

The QLM Affiliates Portal has been revamped. The new release is called the QLM Portal and provides a much richer user experience from a web interface.

Iterative Releases

By | May 29th, 2015|Blog|

Yes, iterative releases, you read it right. We always hear of iterative development, agile process, etc. These methodologies describe processes for iterativedevelopment of a software. While these processes describe different approaches to developing software, they all typically assume that a software major release comes packed with new features that the team has worked on for [...]

Ease the license activation burden for large enterprises

By | April 16th, 2015|Blog|

When selling licenses to enterprise customers with potentially thousands of computers, having each user manually activate each license is not a viable solution. There are several ways to ease the burden for large companies while at the same time providing an adequate level of protection for your application.   Solution 1 The first approach involves [...]

Integrate a “Check for Updates” feature with your software license protection process

By | March 11th, 2015|Blog|

Customers are demanding. The ability for your software to automatically update itself when a new version is released is now a ubiquitous feature that is expected of professional software applications. Obviously, getting new versions of your application is tightly coupled with your software license model. Typically, not all users are allowed to upgrade for free! [...]

Binding a license key to a computer

By | February 15th, 2015|Blog|

You sell a software product and you want to protect it against piracy by using license keys. You know you need to make sure users cannot reuse a license key on any computer. Now the tough decision: what unique identifier do you use to bind the license key to?     The answer to this [...]