As cars become more data-centric and technology enabled, peripheral providers are increasingly trying to figure out what that means for their businesses. Other categories such as dealer services, insurance, sharing services, and even fast food providers are trying to determine what impacts, if any, a connected car will have.
Join this webinar for a live panel discussion on:
- The different technologies enabling connected vehicles
- What role connectivity will play in autonomous vehicles, including safety
- What will be the major catalysts for this major market shift?
Moderated by: Haden Kirkpatrick, Head of Strategy & Innovation at Esurance
Panelists: Gaurav Bansal, Senior Researcher, Cooperative Automated Driving, Toyota ITC & Naren Ravi, Technology Manager, Connected Vehicles, American Honda Motor Company, Inc.
10.50am An Industry Perspective: We lobbied the cause; the act was passed – where did we land?
• Case notes from the pharmaceuticals and life science industry perspective
• Comparative reflections from the IT and software industry
• Discussions on implications of AIA for the future of patenting
• Advantages of trade secrets in the light of AIA: Considering recent trade secrets case law
11.50 Key considerations: The Joinder Provision; ITC proceedings and the new rules on false marking
• Will the Joinder Provision of AIA result in more ITC filings?
• Analysisng the relationship between post-grant procedures, litigation and ITC investigations
• Pros and cons of ITC under AIA
• Is this the end of false marking litigation and how will or should ‘Competitive Injuries’ be
• A look at the opportunities and risks in the new enforcement landscape
12.50pm Keynote address: David Kappos, undersecretary of commerce for intellectual property and director of the USPTO
Die Anforderungen an die IT sind klar definiert: Anwendungen sollen schneller, qualitativ hochwertiger und fehlerfrei entwickelt und zur Verfügung gestellt werden. Diese Anforderungen können nur durch eine effektive Integration der IT-Werkzeuge erfüllt werden – auch im Netzwerk.
Ist die heterogene Netzwerkinfrastruktur aufgebaut, muss diese sicher und stabil betrieben werden. Neben dem Fehler- und Verfügbarkeitsmanagement sind auch die Disziplinen Performance- und Traffic-Management, sowie das Konfigurationsmanagement in Kombination mit dem Compliance-Management zur Einhaltung von fremden und eigenen Richtlinien notwendig.
Um die beschriebenen Netzwerkmanagement-Anforderungen abzudecken, gibt es viele unterschiedliche Werkzeuge. Typischerweise sind diese oft nicht – oder nur mangelhaft – integriert. Dies hat zur Folge, dass die reibungslose Netzwerküberwachung im laufenden Betrieb scheitert, da die Pflege der isolierten bzw. nicht integrierten Systeme sehr arbeitsintensiv ist. Eine oft verfolgte Best-of-Breed-Strategie ist hier also nicht zielführend.
Die Netzwerkmanagement-Lösung von Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), bestehend aus dem Network Node Manager i (NNMi) und dem Network Automation (NA), ist eine vollständig integrierte Softwarelösung, um die heutigen Netzwerkmanagement-Anforderungen abzudecken und die Arbeitsaufwände zu reduzieren.
Erfahren Sie in unserem kostenfreien Live-Webinar mehr über die Lösung von HPE anhand von konkreten Anwendungsfällen unserer Kunden.
Das Webinar findet in deutscher Sprache statt.
This webinar focuses on the type of complainants that qualify to use Section 337. As the Supreme Court and the Federal Circuit have rendered decisions that make the district courts less attractive for patent litigation by non-practicing entities, their attention has turned to the ITC. There are several cases before the Commission right now that have raised very important questions regarding where the Commission should draw the line for satisfying the so-called Domestic Industry requirement. Panelists will provide an overview of Commission law on this topic, summarize the recent cases and discuss the policy and strategic implications for litigants.
Panelists: Maureen Browne and Ashley Miller, Covington & Burling and Steven Haines, Legal Director, Seagate Technology
LeasePlan, an international fleet management company, reduced system administration time by 80%, extensively reduced footprint and increased performance 97% by implementing IBM System Storage ProtecTIER Deduplication.Read more >
Cloud computing gives end-users a utility model for the consumption of IT, such as self-service selection, service desk functions, strong SLAs and pay-as-you-go pricing. However IT shops are having to organise themselves differently to separate these services from the underlying technology.
In this presentation Martin will look at a number of cloud reference architectures, outline new IT roles and how their activities should result in successful delivery of cloud services to users. He will look at enterprise, government and service provider developments as well as SaaS, BPaaS, IaaS and PaaS services.
Data protection, identification, anti-virus intrusion protection and authentification are complex, but well understood, issues in the physical IT world. The increasing use of smart phones and tablets and Cloud services in business are putting them back on the agenda, with new threats added to old. We will look through the FUD to try to identify a priority to address in the new virtualised, Cloud-centric world.Read more >
Patent litigation and trials present unique challenges and opportunities for universities and other academic institutions. The panel will discuss these unique circumstances in depth, including national data on university patent litigation, effective university trial themes, PTAB validity challenges, university standing in patent infringement litigation, the assignment versus license of patent rights, and the enforcement of running royalty provisions. In addition, the panel will give an overview of successful enforcement actions brought by prominent academic institutions in federal court and the ITC, and provide the trial lawyer's perspective regarding what made these actions successful.Read more >
William Goddard founder of IT Chronicles chats with ITC TV hosts Kirstie Magowan and Charlie Betz to outline the reason for the change in name and focus from AllThingsITSM to ITChronicles.
The team “ITSM” was too specific and not appropriate for the wide scope of events that the team was being asked to cover. William explains why IT Chronicles was created in order to meet the needs of the both the vendor community and IT consumers across all aspect of IT.
ITC TV hosts Carlos Casanova and Charlie Betz chat with David Chiu about Using data to improve the effectiveness of IT operations. He talked about using data to prevent issues from happening. Data mining and analytics have the ability to greatly improve IT efficiency and security. Point monitoring tools have limitations, we are missing the tool to look at the entire IT ecosystems, this is the information that will allow us to really understand what is happening and to predict when things may go wrong based on the behaviour of the system.Read more >
Tracy Ragan from OpenMake software chats with ITC TV Hosts Carlos Casanova and Charlie Betz at the Gartner Data Center Conference in Las Vegas. OpenMake made a major announcement at the event about its new product, Release Engineer, which is aimed at the DevOps continuous delivery market. Tracy talked about how a continuous delivery pipeline is delivering constantly from the development environment to production, the issues that occur in this environment and how Release Engineer delivers real value to its users in this scenario.Read more >
Chris Goettl from Landesk chats with ITC TV hosts Kirstie Magowan and Carlos Casanova at the Gartner Data Center Conference in Las Vegas. Chris talked about the work Landesk is doing in Security by helping customers make security a cultural change and a discipline for the entire organization by putting controls in place. Installing AntiVirus is not what security is about, is more about keeping people out of your systems. All companies must assume that they will be breached, what they do about those breaches is what matters.Read more >
Mark Thiele, chief strategy officer from Apcera, sat down with ITC TV hosts Charlie Betz and Kirstie Magowan to talk about containers, 12 factor apps, and running legacy apps in the cloud using containerization.
Mark gave a simple explanation about what containers are in IT. Containers provide a host of benefits to IT, one example is portability. Amongst their many benefits, Mark also talked about the savings that using containers can provide an organization. If you ever need a primer on understanding containers, this is an excellent start.
Kamran Amini from Lenovo chatted with ITC TV hosts Kirstie Magowan and Charlie Betz at the Gartner Data Center Conference in Las Vegas. Kamran spoke about Lenovo’s customer, Callaway Golf, and how they have been using Lenovo to drive innovation in their business and to become more agile. Callaway wanted to leverage their existing data to understand how they could create faster response times. Using Lenovo’s analytical platform that they reduced turnaround time from weeks to 7 hours. Kamran also spoke about SAP analytics, education, government, smarter cities and how you get big data and analytics together to drive better results for business.Read more >
Steve Pao from Igneous Systems talked to ITC TV Hosts Charlie Betz and Carlos Casanova about the recent happenings at Igneous Systems. The company has been in stealth mode and has spent three years in R&D and have been granted 11 patents, now their products have been released to the market. Their products are at the convergence of data and IT as a Service, providing the ability to curate large data sets on customer premises as a service. Steve talks about the motivation for the work Igneous is doing – working with data that for any reason cannot move to the cloud.Read more >
Susannah Axelrod from Puppet chatted with ITC TV hosts Kirstie Magowan and Charlie Betz about the Agile and DevOps space from an infrastructure perspective. Puppet is essentially ‘infrastructure as code’, you can move it through dev, test and prod easily, you can see what has changed. Susannah talked about what you ‘don’t have to do’ when using Puppet – no more manually installing and updating software, eliminating manual configuration and script work. Charlie commended Puppet’s contribution to the State of DevOps report that has provided huge value to the community.Read more >
Bobby Edwards from Cardinal Innovations chatted with ITC TV hosts Carlos Casanova and Charlie Betz about hyperconvergence and what that means. Bobby was speaking at the Gartner Data Center Conference in Las Vegas about the success Cardinal have had working with Nutanix. They selected Nutanix as their platform with its ‘Lego block’ style of building, purchasing additional blocks as required as their first step to a software defined data center. He discussed why they selected the Nutanix product over some of the other offerings available in the market at this time.Read more >
Nathan Bach from Driscoll’s talked with ITC TV Hosts Kirstie Magowan and Carlos Casanova at the Gartner Data Center conference in Las Vegas. Nathan was speaking at the event about the choice of back-up solution used at Driscoll’s – one of the world’s largest producers of strawberries. Driscoll’s is essentially a genetics company, developing new varieties through traditional breeding methods, that requires a lot of R&D and proprietary information. They leverage technology in various ways to greatly reduce the time that it takes to bring new varieties to the market. This is a great illustration of how IT is behind the production of the final product – in Driscoll’s case it is about putting great tasting strawberries on the tables of their customers.Read more >
Ram Rao from Asurion chats with ITC TV hosts Carlos Casanova and Charlie Betz at the Gartner Data Center Conference in Las Vegas. Ram spoke about what Asurion has been doing internally with their IT systems to keep pace with the rapidly evolving needs of their customers. Asurion have adopted a cloud-first approach using a platform as a service (PaaS). They found that PaaS was able to improve their delivery by 50-60% compared to infrastructure as a service (IaaS) options. Asurion felt that they had maximised what they could do with IaaS and needed to find a way to improve.Read more >
Clint Wyckoff from Veeam Software chatted with ITC TV hosts Carlos Casanova and Charlie Betz at the Gartner Data Center Conference in Las Vegas. Clint explained how the data center market is shifting to public cloud providers, particularly with software as a service offerings. Veeam has tools that help in this area. Clint talked about what Veeam can offer in the disaster recovery space. Many people think that if something is housed in a public cloud then it is automatically protected from disaster, but as Clint reminded us, most error is human error. The cloud is not disaster proof. Veeam software makes sure that applications are always made available to the business.Read more >
Join RWS inovia, Minesoft & Managing IP Magazine for a complimentary webinar on March 30, 2017 at 3pm GMT/ 10am EST, as we review challenges and solutions associated with patent searching in China, Taiwan, Japan and South Korea. The webinar will also discuss filing trends in Asia compared to strategies in the West.Read more >
The IP Stars researchers will provide information on this year's research process, which begins in September, and answer questions from IP practitioners and business development executivesRead more >
The Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 provides the first federal civil cause of action for trade secrets misappropriation. Join us for a discussion of the cases filed under the new statute and an exploration of the emerging legal and strategic issues facing DTSA litigants.
Topics to be addressed by the panel include the identification and management of trade secret assets to avoid their misappropriation; the strategic considerations for referring a trade secrets case to the criminal authorities after a breach has occurred; the primary differences between litigating trade secrets claims under state and federal law; and a review of the first wave of cases being filed under the new federal statute.
On June 13, 2016, the United States Supreme Court decided that the two-part Seagate test being used to decide whether or not an infringer is subject to enhanced damages was inconsistent with the statutory authority (35 U.S.C. §284) relied on for those claims. How has that decision impacted the District and Federal Circuit Court rulings?
Join Fitzpatrick and Managing IP for a complimentary webinar as we discuss Halo and the impact it has had on claims made under §284 in the district courts since June.
The webinar will be moderated by Michael Loney, Americas editor at Managing IP, and will feature Michael McGraw and Zachary Garrett, attorneys from Fitzpatrick, as they discuss the following topics:
- The end of Seagate and the Federal Circuit’s two-part test
- Halo and the current standard for enhanced damages
- Impact on the District Court cases following Halo
- Impact on the Federal Circuit cases following Halo