About the author

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
A Beginner’s Guide to Trade Secrets

This guest blog post comes from Pamela Passman, President and CEO at CREATe.org – The Center for Responsible Enterprise And Trade. CREATe is a non-governmental organization (NGO) helping companies around the globe prevent piracy, counterfeiting, trade secret theft, and corruption. Iron Mountain’s Intellectual Property Management business has a strategic alliance […]

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3 Tips for Mitigating Software Development Risk

This guest blog post comes from Mary Juetten, Founder & CEO, Traklight  Iron Mountain’s Intellectual Property Management business has a strategic alliance with Traklight and offers a free Business Risk Assessment as a part of that alliance. Over the years, we’ve worked with various developers, from solos to IT departments […]

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Winning the Technology Escrow Solution: The Switch to the Master Three Party Agreement

  You are most likely reading this blog because you are either already a customer looking to figure out if the agreement you have in place is the right one or because you heard about technology escrow, but have no idea about which type of agreement you would need if […]

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8 Questions to Determine Which Escrow Agreement is Right for You

Welcome to the first of many Q&A type blog posts from the Intellectual Property Management group here at Iron Mountain! Now you can hear firsthand from our experts in IPM about issues and processes I think are most important to you all based on your comments and our most popular […]

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What do the New York Stock Exchange, United Airlines, and the Wall Street Journal all have in common?

On July 8th, the New York Stock Exchange was paused, United Airlines left passengers stranded, and the Wall Street Journal could not publish any news. The cause is said to be a series of massive technical glitches that interrupted all three of these companies for hours at a time. So […]

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