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Your Biggest Innovation Questions: Answered

Have you hit a wall when it comes to innovation? Maybe you’ve created products that you counted on to help you regain your share of the market, only to watch them fall flat with buyers. Or maybe, just maybe, you’re at the top of your game and just want to know how you can keep holding on.

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Written by Joe Khurana

Scoring Nokia’s 6000+ Available Patents for Quality

One of the foremost names in wireless technology announced this week that they would sell more than 6,000 of their patents. It’s not the first time Nokia has decided to unload some of its intellectual property onto the market, and the same concerns apply this time as did in previous sales. Fortunately, some of the concerns can be addressed with the proper tools.

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How to Use IP and Patent Information for Competitive Intelligence

Whether your company is currently on top of the world or working its way there, you know there is always a competitor nipping at your heels. You may already know who that competitor is, or there may be a complete unknown preparing to disrupt your market. You could continue running without any idea how close your competitor is to overtaking you, or you could develop competitive intelligence through the use of patent analysis.

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When It Comes to Variety of Patents, These Companies Are Killing the Competition

Google. Canon. IBM. Apple. Amazon. Samsung.

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Could Patent Landscape Analysis Improve VMWare’s Outlook?

No one would ever say that VMWare is struggling. Though purchased twice since its inception—first by EMC and then again by Dell when all of EMC was acquired—the company has always been considered a separate entity and has performed as such. And with billions of dollars in revenue even now, VMWare is still a major player in virtualization.

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Written by Joe Khurana

What Information Can Be Obtained from Patents?

Patent information can assist in critical business decisions, including mergers and acquisitions, that drive your corporate strategy. To obtain this information, you must perform diligent patent analysis, which can then provide the data you need to make your decisions.

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What Happens When You Don’t Know the Value of Your IP?

The typical enterprise organization can hold thousands of patents, with dozens added each year. This intellectual property has the power to produce revenue for the company, create barriers to entry for competitors, and mitigate risks from other patent holders. Of course, patents also give the holder a temporary monopoly, during which time they can overtake competitors and gain tremendous market share.

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Written by Joe Khurana

What is the Best Website for Patent Research?

Innovation, without insight, is essentially impossible. And when you’re in a constantly evolving industry, insight into your competitors’ IP and patents can prove invaluable when you’re trying to innovate within your own company.

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5 Steps to Develop a Business Intelligence Process with Patent Analytics

We’ve discussed in several articles why your IP intelligence should come at the forefront of innovation. We’ve talked about why IP intelligence is a necessary part of your corporate strategy. We looked at reasons to keep IP intelligence within the business sector of your company and not just the legal department. All of these things are crucial to growing and protecting your business.

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Written by Joe Khurana

How IPVision’s iScore Could Help Companies Like Uber During Patent Purchasing

Very recently, Uber announced its new patent purchasing program, which seeks to expedite the process of purchasing intellectual property. The open application window begins April 24 and closes May 23 of this year. During that time, Uber will likely be inundated with patent portfolios of all types and sizes, as the current patent owners propose a simple price that Uber can then take or walk away from.

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