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Information technology tangible and intellectual property issues

Identify which tangible and intellectual properties are significant to information technology, what managers in the industry might do to protect an organization's property rights, and what they must do to ensure an organization protects others' intellectual property rights?

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 which tangible and intellectual properties are significant to information technology
Tangible properties:
• Computer systems
• Network
• Servers
• Storage devices
• Documents
• Software
The intellectual assets that are significant to information technology are:
• Tangible and physical manifestation of knowledge generated in the course of operating the business
• Trade-marks
• Patents
• Copyright
• Trade secrets
• Domain names

 what managers in the industry might do to protect an organization’s property rights,
Tangible property must be protected by protected by framing appropriate security policies. Physical security involves the provision of a safe environment for information processing activities with a focus on preventing unauthorized physical access to computing equipment. Three categories include: (1) threats and facility requirements, ...

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The information technology tangible and intellectual property issues are examined.

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