Not all Escrow agreements are created equally (Licensors)

In its simplest form, the concept of Escrow is the same whichever provider you choose. 

However, not all Escrow agreements are created equally and the level of standard protection your clients receive can vary significantly between providers as the table below demonstrates.

Adam Devine joins our team as SES’s expansion continues

Due to an increase in demand for our Escrow and Validation testing services, Adam has joined the organisation to provide increased support for our SaaS and security services, enabling us to continue to deliver the high levels of service our customers have come to expect from SES.

The Dynamic Nature of SaaS and Changing Operational Risks

Using Software as a Service (SaaS) models to deliver business critical applications has become increasingly popular, as the dynamic nature of SaaS applications means end users can access their business critical applications from anywhere in the world at any time and on any device.

Why the Recent cyber-attack on the NHS is an Important Lesson for us all

On Friday 12th May 2017 the NHS reported a large scale Cyber security attack, affecting 47 NHS trusts across England and 13 in Scotland, the latest in a string of high-profile cyber-attacks on large organisations

But what about smaller companies which don’t recognise the risks? Undoubtedly, some of these companies have been affected, yet it is only the attacks on well-known organisations which get publicized.

A Single Agreement to Protect all of Your Clients

It’s common practice for organisations to request Escrow as part of contract negotiations when licensing their important software applications. This is because Escrow supports the licence and protects their investment.

Four steps to securing your Escrow deposit

Security is becoming a major concern within many organisations as they set their focus on meeting increasingly strict standards in order to trade more effectively and securely.

Disaster Recovery Provision is only as good as its testing

The vast majority of businesses are heavily reliant on third party software owners to develop and maintain their business critical applications.

An Escrow agreement provides the mechanism for the end users of these business critical applications to legally access source code and supporting material in the event that their third party software owner is no longer available to continue with development and support.

Simplify Escrow provision with SFTP depositing

As the leading provider of Software Escrow services, our business is built on delivering bespoke solutions which are tailored to your individual requirements.
Traditionally, depositing your source code to your Escrow provider has been performed using physical media. However, this can be an expensive, cumbersome and time consuming process for SaaS or cloud clients where a high frequency of deposits are required.