Many developers we talk to are not really aware that RAD Studio offers several different types of licenses. I don’t mean different Editions (like Community Edition, Professional, Enterprise, etc), I mean license types, specifically Named User, Network Named User, and Network Concurrent User.
However we regular run into customers who have requirements that are much better served by one of the Network licenses, but for whatever reason they’ve always been less well known.
So after explaining the difference for the umpteenth time recently I realised I should probably just write it up publicly so I have something to point people at. (more…)