Nowadays, software is highly sophisticated and may be protected by many forms of Intellectual Property (IP) and contain many forms of Intellectual Assets (IA). It is almost ubiquitous as it impacts and improves countless aspects of our professional, corporate, and personal lives. Software creators typically devote significant time and financial resources in an applications pre-commercial phase and those investments often continue long after the software’s market launch and through its life cycle. It is thus a no-brainer that owners of the software strive to protect the valuable components in that software. Just as for any commercialization, the rule, ‘Put protection first!’ applies.
August 21, 2012
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