Computer Software Sample Clauses

Computer Software. For all Computer Software produced in the performance of this CRADA, the Parties shall provide an Announcement Notice, AN 241.4 Software Announcement Notice, along with providing the source code, the executable object code and the minimum support documentation needed by a competent user to understand and use the Computer Software to DOE’s Energy Science and Technology Software Center (ESTSC) via www.osti.gov/estsc. The source code of the Computer Software may be marked as Protected CRADA Information in accordance with this Article; however, the Government’s use of the executable object code is governed by the applicable license below. For Generated Information that is Copyrighted Computer Software produced by a Party, the Party shall inform DOE’s ESTSC when it abandons or no longer commercializes the Copyrighted Computer Software. Until such notice to ESTSC, the Government has for itself and others acting on its behalf, a royalty-free, nontransferable, nonexclusive, irrevocable worldwide copyright license to reproduce, prepare derivative works, and perform publicly and display publicly, by or on behalf of the Government. (narrow license) After the Party owning the Copyrighted Computer Software abandons or no longer commercializes the Copyrighted Computer Software, the Government has for itself and others acting on its behalf, a royalty-free, nontransferable, nonexclusive, irrevocable worldwide copyright license to reproduce, prepare derivative works, distribute copies to the public, and perform publicly and display publicly, by or on behalf of the Government. (broad license) For all other Generated Information where a Party asserts copyright in copyrightable works produced in the performance of this CRADA, the Government has for itself and others acting on its behalf, a royalty-free, nontransferable, nonexclusive, irrevocable worldwide copyright license to reproduce, prepare derivative works, distribute copies to the public, and perform publicly and display publicly, by or on behalf of the Government, subject to the restrictions this Article places on publication of Proprietary Information and Protected CRADA Information. The Parties agree to place Copyright and other notices, as appropriate for the protection of Copyright, in human-readable form onto all physical media, and in digitally encoded form in the header of machine-readable information recorded on such media such that the notice will appear in human-readable form when the digital data are off loa...
Computer Software. All computer applications software, owned or licensed, whether for general business usage (e.g., accounting, word processing, graphics, spreadsheet analysis, etc.), or specific, unique-to-the-business usage, and all computer operating, security or programming software, owned or licensed by Seller and used in the operation of the Business; and
Computer Software. Nonpublic Information regarding Trust portfolio holdings may be provided to entities providing computer software to the Trust (for example, for the purpose of generating Trust compliance reports or reports relating to proxy voting) if such entity agrees to keep such information confidential and to prohibit its employees from trading on such information.
Computer Software. Each Obligor owns or has licensed for use or otherwise has the right to use all of the material software necessary to conduct its businesses. All computer equipment owned or used by an Obligor and necessary for the conduct of business has been properly maintained and is in good working order for the purposes of on-going operation, subject to ordinary wear and tear for computer equipment of comparable age.
Computer Software. Notwithstanding Policy 1.1, the grant of ownership of copyright in computer software to the academic personnel who create these materials is limited. Copyright ownership of computer software, the creation of which was significantly contributed to by non- academic personnel, is shared equally by the creator(s) and the university. In the event that such computer software is commercialized, the provisions of Article 6 will apply. In addition to the provisions of Policy 1.1, the university's grant of copyright ownership in computer software shall be subject to the following conditions:
Computer Software. (a) Each of the computer software programs developed by the Company that are listed on Schedule 5.27(a) hereto (the "Operational Software") ---------------- -------------------- is functional, complete and operational in all material respects in accordance with its specifications, has been documented in accordance with the Company's standard practices, and the Company possesses both the source code and object code versions thereof.
Computer Software. The Company has the right to use all computer software, including all property rights constituting part of the computer software, used in connection with the Company's business operations (the "Computer Software") except where the lack of such rights in "off-the-shelf" software, individually or in the aggregate, are not material. Except for Immaterial Defaults there are no existing defaults or events which with notice or lapse of time or both would constitute defaults under the terms and conditions of the applicable agreements under which the Company uses the Computer Software. A list of all written licenses pertaining to the Computer Software is set forth in the Company Disclosure Schedule (the "Licenses"). The Company has no knowledge that any of the Licenses may not be valid or enforceable by the Company or that the use of the Computer Software or any of the Licenses may infringe upon or conflict with the rights of any third party. The Company has not granted any licenses to use the Computer Software or any sub- licenses with respect to any of the Licenses.