Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

×  

Follow This Show

Stay in the know about new episodes and updates.
Business Software Alliance (BSA) is a nonprofit trade association created to advance the goals of the software industry and its hardware partners. It is the foremost organization dedicated to promoting a safe and legal digital world. Headquartered in Washington, DC, BSA is active in more than 80 countries, with dedicated staff in 11 offices around the globe: Brussels, London, Munich, Beijing, Delhi, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Taipei, Tokyo, Singapore, and São Paulo. BSA members include Adobe, Apple, Autodesk, Avid, Bentley Systems, Borland, CA, Cadence Design Systems, Cisco Systems, CNC Software/Mastercam, Corel, Cyberlink, Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks Corporation, Dell, EMC, HP, IBM, Intel, McAfee, Microsoft, Monotype Imaging, PTC, Quark, Quest Software, SAP, Siemens, Sybase, Symantec, Synopsys, and The MathWorks. BSA’s global mission is to promote a long-term legislative and legal environment in which the industry can prosper and to provide a unified voice for its members around the world. BSA’s programs foster innovation, growth, and a competitive marketplace for commercial software and related technologies. BSA members are optimistic about the future of the industry, but believe that the future does not simply unfold. And, we agree that it is critical for companies to work together to address the key issues that affect innovation.

On-Demand Episodes

Join Robert Holleyman, President and CEO of the Business Software Alliance (BSA), Denis McCauley, Director of Global Technology Research for the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) and Andrew Noyes of Congress Daily as they... more

A discussion with BSA’s Katherine McGuire, a renowned Health IT expert, on health care reform and the importance of Congress and the Obama Administration opposing the inclusion of any explicit or implicit technology mandates in... more

Cyber security expert Franck Journoud discusses the Obama Administration's cyber security review and its impact on private industry and on the public IT infrastructure.

In April 2009, the BSA launched the Faces of Internet Piracy, a campaign designed to educate buyers and sellers of the dangers of illegal software by putting a human face on the issue. Over the past year, BSA toured the country... more

Tuesday’s historic election signals a new era of sweeping change and reform. President-elect Obama has proposed a number of major tech policy initiatives. In this show, Andrew Noyes, technology reporter with National Journal's... more

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, making it a good time to examine some of the dangers that are lurking online. A new report from BSA says consumers should be cautious when buying software from certain Internet sites... more

There's no place like the U.S. when it comes to building a thriving tech sector. Or is there? The president of the Business Software Alliance describes a new study ranking 66 economies on how well they are attracting IT jobs and innovation --... more

Comments

 comments