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Iron Mountain, Intellectual Property Management

Iron Mountain, Intellectual Property Management

Iron Mountain Incorporated (NYSE:IRM) is the global leader for storage and information management services, protecting billions of information assets. Iron Mountain's Intellectual Property Management (IPM) group enables customers to fully protect their key technology assets through a comprehensive range of Software Escrow, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Data Escrow, and Escrow Verification solutions in a variety of investment, collaboration, lending or licensing and subscription models. By partnering with Iron Mountain, the world’s most trusted provider of technology escrow services, you’ll get the infrastructure; resources and expertise you need to protect your vital assets and preserve the integrity of your intellectual property.
Company URL: www.ironmountain.com/ipm   |   Address: One Federal Street, Boston, MA 02110
Software (Source Code) Escrow Services
Last Updated: 10/14/19


Software escrow, also known as technology escrow, is for both the developer and the licensee to mitigate risk when negotiating a software or technology license. For software developers, an escrow agreement with Iron Mountain can help you close the deal, assure customers you're a safe choice, and protect your intellectual property.
Categories: » Asset Management/Protection    » Software License Management   
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Contact:
Email: escrow@ironmountain.com
Phone: 800-962-0652
URL: www.ironmountain.com/escrow
SaaSProtect Continuity Services
Last Updated: 10/14/19


Iron Mountain's SaaSProtect® Solution for Business Continuity is a suite of services that helps ensure access to data and applications for your SaaS subscribers. These services offer a disaster recovery and risk management solution for companies involved on both sides of SaaS relationships. By ensuring application continuity and data availability, we help to foster trust between all parties – and make peace of mind an
attainable goal.

Categories: » Cloud Services    » Software as a Service   
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Contact:
Email: escrow@ironmountain.com
Phone: 800-962-0652
URL: www.ironmountain.com/saas
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By Jonathan Chisholm
01/06/20

Software escrow is an agreement between the software developer, the licensee, and a third-party escrow agent to mitigate risk when negotiating a software or technology license. When you think about it, a software escrow agreement is like “insurance” for mitigating risk if something unforeseen were to happen. In most cases, the escrow agreement becomes the solution to the problem, like your car insurance agency after an accident.


By John Boruvka
12/03/19

As a software developer, you want your prospects, customers, and partners to have confidence in your company. Did you know a software escrow agreement could help instill trust into the buying process for both on-premises or Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications?


By Jonathan Chisholm
11/18/19

I recently attended an event where I had the opportunity to mingle with a large group of Intellectual Property lawyers. A private practice lawyer who recently left a legal position at large software developer company shared a story of his countless years of software escrow experience and how silly he thought the entire practice was.


By John Boruvka
11/05/19

On both sides of the software equation, there is always a level of risk. Whether you develop software or use software in your day-to-day operations, there is an expectation that the software will be up-and-running as promised, whenever it is needed.


By John Boruvka
10/09/19

Not to be negative, but startups fail. And, it happens even more frequently than you might think. However, startups also have some of the best technology capabilities due to their innovative and competitive solutions. So how do you find a balance between wanting the best solutions, but not wanting the risk of investing in a startup?


By Jackson Malnati
10/07/19

“I’m not even sure what I should be asking.” I hear this question all the time. Whether you’re in the role of software developer or licensee, whether your application is on-premises or in the cloud, uncharted territory is still uncharted territory.

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