Jeff Pierantozzi


Articles:

  • Tuesday, May 31, 2011
    The latest engineering breakthrough, the newest green technology, the next generation software, the killer app, the last 100 years of blood, sweat, and toil - all examples of extremely valuable intellectual property assets that represent your company's competitive advantage - and they must be protected. In today's age of electronically stored...
  • Wednesday, June 2, 2010
    The number of ways to store data has increased dramatically over the past few decades. While this increase in options provides the user with greater flexibility, it also brings challenges and complexity. Forty or 50 years ago, storage options were limited to paper or microfilm. Storage and retrieval in those tangible forms are straightforward and volume is...
  • Thursday, January 1, 2009
    The Global Positioning System ("GPS") is a network of two dozen satellites orbiting at 12,000 miles above the earth. The network is capable of pinpointing precise locations anywhere on the planet.1 Now, while an Enterprise Information Map (EIM) cannot claim to locate information from 12,000 miles above the earth, it can assist in managing your information...