As a business owner, innovator, and someone looking to grow, you appreciate mistakes happen from time-to-time. It comes with the territory of pushing boundaries and doing what the vast majority don’t, but that isn’t to say you can’t transform even your biggest business mistake into your greatest success yet.Read More
Today's guest blogger is Bennett Collen of Cognate.
Only an estimated 2% of trademarks are ever registered with U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. I’m sure this surprises a lot of people, but it’s not a misprint. A full 98% of trademarks don’t have federal trademark protection, and that’s a conservative estimate; the real number is probably higher.Read More
“In the long history of humankind (and animal kind, too) those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed.” –-Charles DarwinRead More
Software vendors across the world are embracing the software-as-a-service (SaaS) cloud-based business model in growing numbers. According to Software Equity Group, SaaS software revenues will likely represent about 25 percent of the overall software market in the next five years. Research firm Gartner estimated that global spending on SaaS will reach $22.1 billion by 2015.Read More
This is a guest blog by Mark Oblad, founder and principal developer of ValcuRead More
In today’s global economy, inventions and products easily cross borders. For multinational corporations with intellectual property (IP) at the very foundation of their business, keeping IP secure is essential to survival. This security requires treating the invention as a trade secret or filing patents in specific jurisdictions around the world. Obtaining patent protection in multiple jurisdictions requires patent applications to be translated to and from a variety of languages.Read More