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Nadine Dias Nadine Dias
Nadine Dias joined Iron Mountain as a Marketing Specialist for the Intellectual Property Management (IPM) team. In this role, she works closely with the IPM Sales team to educate the market about the importance of protecting your IP in terms of technology escrow (and verification), cloud software protection, discovery escrow in IP litigation, and financial SEC /CFTC compliance. Nadine holds a Masters of Science in Marketing Analytics with a concentration in Business Analytics as well as Bachelors of Science in Marketing from Bentley University.
Technology Escrow
Are you using our Escrow Management Center to your Advantage?

As an Iron Mountain technology escrow customer, you have access to our online portal in Iron Mountain Connect called the Escrow Management Center. We hope all of our customers are using the Escrow Management Center to make your lives a little bit easier, but if you are not, here are three […]

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A Millennial’s Impression: My first Gartner Conference

I was the oddball millennial at the recent Gartner IT Financial, Procurement & Asset Management Summit in Grapevine, Texas. As one of the few millennials at the conference, I was impressed by the analyst insight, dismayed by the lack of social media buzz, but most of all disappointed at the […]

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The 4 Levels of Verification: Verify Your Developer’s Compliance

Once you have made the decision of whether or not you need technology escrow, have chosen your agreement type, and your developer has made the initial deposit, it is easy to believe that your account is all set. But what if it’s not? If you do not verify what is […]

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A Licensee’s Guide to Technology Escrow [Free eBook]

Investing in technology is not a decision that is made lightly. In today’s technology-driven world, companies are competing to be the best of the best and they are using technology to speed up business processes, innovate, and/or give them a competitive advantage. Choosing a new technology developer should be based […]

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