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IBM Has Led In U.S. Patents for 25 Years: Five Lessons It Learned

Earlier this year, the United States Patent and Trademark Office announced that IBM was awarded more U.S. patents than any other company for the 25th consecutive year. We asked Manny Schecter, IBM’s Chief Patent Counsel, to explain some things the company has learned about managing intellectual property. This article was prepared in partnership with IBM.   More

Learning Partner Insights Security & Privacy

Educating IT Security Soldiers for a Virtual Cold War

On a new global battlefield, countries, criminals, and commercial competitors can effectively leverage technology to steal from or attack target organizations. Corporate intellectual property is at risk of breach as most everyone seeks to gain advantage in the innovation race. Military and government information faces the same risks with consequences for national security, digitized assets, and international affairs. The most dangerous hackers are no longer solitary, discontented teenagers working from their basement bedrooms, but instead are highly skilled professionals employed by corporate offices or military bases.   More

Finance

The Goldmines and Sinkholes of Intellectual Property Investing

Most investors entrust their money to the ups and downs of the stock market. But there is a “techonomic” alternative that offers great opportunities for high risk-adjusted returns: investing in intellectual property. If you want to use the stock markets to invest successfully in intellectual property, the first step is to identify pervasive emerging technology trends. Next find the companies that hold the core intellectual property associated with these growing markets.   More

Techonomy Events

Pamela Passman on Protecting Intellectual Property in a Digital Age

In this short talk from Techonomy 2011 in Tuscon, Ariz., Pamela Passman, CEO and President of the Center for Responsible Enterprise and Change, suggests we work harder to protect intellectual property in the digital age. If we can change the way we respect and honor workers' rights, she says, we can also change the way we value ideas and software.   More