Software Licensing Sample Clauses

Software Licensing. Contractor represents and warrants that the software, if any, as delivered to City, does not contain any program code, virus, worm, trap door, back door, time or clock that would erase data or programming or otherwise cause the software to become inoperable, inaccessible, or incapable of being used in accordance with its user manuals, either automatically, upon the occurrence of licensor-selected conditions or manually on command. Contractor further represents and warrants that all third party software, delivered to City or used by Contractor in the performance of the Contract, is fully licensed by the appropriate licensor.
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Software Licensing. A. Sourcewell selected The Gordian Group’s (Gordian) software, data and services (IQCC System) for their IQCC program. The system includes Gordian’s proprietary ezIQC, eGordian and Bid Safe IQCC applications (IQCC Applications) and construction cost data (Construction Task Catalog), which shall be used by the Contractor to prepare and submit Price Proposals, subcontractor lists, and other requirements specified by Sourcewell and Sourcewell Members. The Contractor’s use, in whole or in part, of Xxxxxxx’s IQCC Applications and Construction Task Catalog and other proprietary materials provided by Xxxxxxx for any purpose other than to execute work under this Contract for Sourcewell and Sourcewell Members is strictly prohibited unless otherwise stated in writing by Xxxxxxx. The Contractor hereby agrees to abide by the terms of the following IQCC System License:
Software Licensing. Pursuant to the general conditions of the Supply, Installation and Commissioning of Hardware Equipment and Software, the Supplier shall provide all software together with the licensing appropriate to the Bank’s operations.
Software Licensing. 1.1 In respect of Software supplied to a Customer in performance of any Contract Document, the Supplier must:
Software Licensing. Unless specifically otherwise agreed to in an applicable Service Attachment, Client represents and warrants that Client has title to or has a license or the right to use or modify the Software and has a license or right to permit Provider to use, access or modify any software that Client has requested Provider to use, access or modify as part of the Services. It is the Client’s responsibility to independently ensure that ALL software in use by Client is properly licensed, and Client agrees to maintain records of applicable licenses. Provider will not promote the use of, or knowingly support software which is not properly licensed by Client. Assistance with software audits or licensing compliance matters are billable at Provider’s then current hourly rates. Unsupported Software
Software Licensing. This is a sale of hardware items only and does not include a sale or license of program code (software) in any form, regardless of whether such software has been packaged with, integrated into or otherwise included with the Equipment. Any software included with the Equipment may be the property of a third party. Buyer agrees to destroy all such software or to obtain an appropriate license for its continued use.
Software Licensing. Where applicable, Datapath offers licensed Third Party Software for use by Customer through Service Provider License Agreements (“SPLA”) as part of certified reseller programs with third party vendors (“Vendors”). Datapath will license such Third-Party Software on the terms set forth in the applicable SPLA. If Customer opts to obtain a direct license for such Third Party Software with the Vendor and hires Datapath to provide Services for the management of devices upon with the Third Party Software will run, Customer agrees to provide to Datapath evidence of a current license agreement, including the software edition/version and any use limitations, or a separate Third Party Software assurance agreement whereby the Vendor certifies to Datapath the terms and scope of the applicable license and Datapath’s right to provide Services related thereto (“Software Assurance Agreement”), within thirty (30) days after Xxxxxxxx’s request for the same. Datapath reserves the right to terminate Services if a SPLA or other license agreement is expired, if Customer’s use violates the terms of the applicable SPLA or other license agreement, or if Customer fails to provide a Software Assurance Agreement when requested by Datapath. Further, Datapath reserves the right to audit Customer’s use of Third Party Software to ensure that Customer is in compliance with the terms of the SPLA. Customer will provide to Datapath evidence or confirmation of use upon request. Customer agrees to comply with Vendor’s licensing terms of use set forth in the SPLA. If an audit reveals that Customer has underpaid license fees to Datapath or Vendor, Datapath will invoice Customer for such underpaid fees, and Customer shall pay the same on receipt of the invoice. If the underpaid fees exceed 5% of the license fees previously paid by Customer, then Customer also shall pay Datapath’s reasonable cost of conducting the audit.
Software Licensing. Unless specifically otherwise agreed to in an applicable Order, Client represents and warrants that Client has title to or has a license or the right to use or modify the Software and has a license or right to permit Provider to use, access or modify any software that Client has requested Provider to use, access or modify as part of the Services. It is the Client’s responsibility to independently ensure that ALL software in use by Client is properly licensed, and Client agrees to maintain records of applicable licenses. Provider will not promote the use of, or knowingly support software which is not properly licensed by Client. Assistance with software audits or licensing compliance matters are billable at Provider’s then- prevailing hourly rates. Unsupported Software Provider shall not be responsible or liable to Client for any consequences from the use of software no longer under manufacturer product support or no longer supported by the software publisher (“Unsupported Software”). THEREFORE, CLIENT AGREES TO HOLD PROVIDER HARMLESS FROM ANY LOSS, INJURY OR DAMAGE TO CLIENT OR ANY HARDWARE, SOFTWARE, AND/OR COMPUTER DATA OF CLIENT CAUSED BY ANY USE OF UNSUPPORTED SOFTWARE. Provider Access Client shall supply Provider necessary access to its personnel, appropriate documentation and records and facilities in order for Provider to timely perform the Services. Broadband Internet access must be provided. Provider must be provided with remote access (via VPN or other reasonable remote access) to covered equipment. Appropriate cabling to all covered computers and devices must be provided. Appropriate air conditioning and ventilation for all covered computers and devices must be provided, in order to maintain temperature and air quality as specified by the applicable hardware manufacturers. Power surge protection must be provided for all covered computers and devices. Provider must allowed convenient and timely access to the Equipment covered under this Agreement, adequate working space and facilities within a reasonable distance of the equipment, and access to and use of all information, internal resources, and facilities determined necessary to service the equipment. Client may be required to conduct preliminary diagnostic steps or provide additional information related to a support request, prior to a technician being dispatched to Client's facility. Client must agree to assign one employee to be liaison or contact person to Provider in order to make communica...
Software Licensing. Client represents that it has title to or license or rights to use or modify and has license or rights to permit Provider to use, access or modify any software that Client has requested Provider use, access or modify as part of the Services.
Software Licensing. Licensor represents and warrants that the software, as delivered to the University, does not contain any program code, virus, worm, trap door, back door, timer, or clock that would erase data or programming or otherwise cause the software to become inoperable, inaccessible, or incapable of being used. The software is hereby warranted to operate in accordance with its user manuals, either automatically, upon the occurrence of Licensor-selected conditions, or manually on the command of Licensor.