ipSpace.net Digital Content Licensing Terms
The personal ipSpace.net webinars subscription or a single seat in a workgroup/team/enterprise subscription is an individual subscription – the online account, and the materials (either online or downloaded) can be accessed by a single individual.
Likewise, all ipSpace.net digital products (books, webinar tracks or bundles, live webinar sessions, or a webinar recordings) are licensed for a single-user use.
You can, however, treat any digital ipSpace.net product (including individual subscriptions or workgroup seats) like a book.
What does that mean?
The subscription may be used by any number of people, and the associated documents moved between any number of machines as long as there’s no possibility of it being used (or documents accessed, whether locally or online) at one location while it’s being used at another location, or on a computer network by more than one user concurrently.
What would be a “safe” way of accessing the subscription by multiple users?
You could, for example, set up a VDI virtual machine with access to the yearly subscription, and ensure that the documents downloaded to that VM cannot be transferred to the VDI clients.
Can I pass my subscription to another user?
Absolutely, as long as you delete the local copies of all subscription-related documents.
You can also change the e-mail associated with your subscription account.
Can I make backup copies of the documents and videos?
Of course, yet again provided that there’s no possibility of them being accessed by more than one user concurrently.
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