Services :: Information Technology
CW Conference: Firms Need a Clear Plan for Intellectual Property Protection
5:13 PM MDT | October 3, 2008 | Esther D'Amico in King of Prussia
The typical chemical company generates a high volume of data from disparate sources—including databases, e-mail, share drives, document management systems, and video surveillance. Some of that data will be intellectual property (IP), but even data that is not as sensitive as IP needs to be protected from falling into the wrong hands, a situation that has accelerated the need for clear and explicit data management practices and systems, said several information technology (IT) professionals at CW’s 11th Annual IT Conference, held September 29 at King...
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