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Synonyms for VI

the cardinal number that is the sum of five and one

more than 130 southeastern Virgin Islands

denoting a quantity consisting of six items or units

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DeMarines brings extensive security product management and marketing experience to V.
To learn more about how software vendors are using CodeArmor Intelligence, please download "Information Is Power: Combating Software License Misuse and Overuse with Intelligence" a white paper by IDC's Amy Konary sponsored by V.
Amy Konary, Research Vice President, Software Licensing, Provisioning, and Delivery at IDC, has recently completed a white paper, sponsored by V.
By employing this practice, and offering smart solutions for unlicensed use, our customers are seeing 80% conversion rates turning infringing organizations into compliant customers," said Joseph Noonan, president and CEO of V.
As we surpass the identification of more than $2 billion in software misuse, it's critical that we match this growth with new data services to quickly identify the non-compliant businesses," said Victor DeMarines, vice president of Products for V.
Demand for pirated versions of applications running on Mac OS has increased dramatically with the popularity of the platform and the utility of the applications running on it," said Victor DeMarines, vice president of products, V.
Rather than approaching companies with threats and fines, we've taken a different approach that sidesteps these and other perceived harassment to potential customers who are unaware they are using unlicensed software," said Victor DeMarines, VP of Products for V.
For our sample customer size, one billion dollars is a huge number, and may even point to a more significant risk to intellectual property globally than what's been estimated by the Business Software Alliance," said Victor DeMarines, vice president of Products, V.