Microsoft says licensing protects customers

Thursday, 24 May 2007, 1:31 AM EST

A top Microsoft executive promoted the company's licensing of network security protocols at the Interop trade show on Wednesday, but not before taking time out during a keynote address to defend the company's patent licensing program for open-source software.

Microsoft has licensed networking protocols to Juniper Networks as part of a program to make its network access protection software work with more networking vendors' products.

At InfoWorld.

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