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6 Predictions For Business Intelligence In 2012 - Software - Business Intelligence A look at in-memory analysis, visual discovery, big data, mobile BI, cloud and social BI achievements in 2011 and forecasts for the year ahead. When we set New Year's resolutions in our house, we tend to tweak the list for a few weeks, figuring out what's more wishful thinking versus realistically achievable. Then up they go, taped to the kitchen cupboard over last year's lists. It's always a chuckle, sometimes an inspiration, to compare last year's list with this year's. With this approach in mind, here's a look at the top BI trends from 2011 and what's in store for 2012.
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How to Protect Your Intellectual Property May 11, 2011 Financial services firms build their fortunes on the back of innovation. Whether your firm has devised a new claims solution, mobile banking product or high-frequency trading strategy, no doubt your company wants to protect its market position from competitors. "Financial services companies are seeking to protect their intellectual property assets with different forms of protection," comments Allan Soobert, a partner with the intellectual property practice of New York-based Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker, which represents major financial institutions in patent and infringement matters. "Patents are one way of protecting IP; copyrights are another, and trade secrets are significant, as well. That mix of IP protection is really what you see in the marketplace."
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