REDMOND, Wash. – Feb. 11, 2005
With growing media attention on software intellectual property (IP) indemnification, companies are trying to piece together the underlying issues and determine what all this means to their organization. Typical questions being asked include these: Why is indemnification suddenly becoming an issue? What are the market forces driving this to the forefront? What market characteristics should I monitor to make sure I’m on top of the issue?
Microsoft Corp. invites you to join a free webcast featuring IDC’s Stephen Graham and Frank Gens. They will connect the myriad market issues behind indemnification; unveil new research findings on the effect IP indemnification is having on end-user organizations; and provide some key recommendations to ensure IT executives can adeptly guide their organizations. Attendees will be able to download two free IDC documents about indemnification.
Stephen Graham, vice president of Global Software Partnering and Alliances at IDC, and Frank Gens, senior vice president of research at IDC
Wednesday, Feb. 16 Web conference begins at 11 a.m. PST
Those interested can register for the event. . The webcast will be available for subsequent viewing at the same URL beginning Feb. 17.
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