Innography Blog

Category: open innovation


Best Innovation Books and Podcasts on Technology for the Summer

Summer is here, bringing to mind long days, longer weekends and hopefully a vacation with friends or family. Here’s the scoop on what books to add to your summer reading list, as well as to your podcast library. Innovation, technology and the IoT (Internet of Things) in general have been the subject of many excellent reads and listens lately, and these lists serve to keep you up to date, entertained, and informed, wherever you find yourself learning this summer.

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Categories: industry outlooks, open innovation, patent strategy, patents, r&d strategies, technology forecasts


Webinar Transcript: Surviving Alice in the Age of Software Innovation

Follow US Patent Attorney Gene Quinn during this free Q&A and discussion on the effects of Alice. You'll learn how you can draft claims differently to help ensure patent eligibility, identify patents that will not be negatively impacted, and respond to rejections based on Alice. This is a transcript of the webinar Surviving Alice in the Age of Software Innovation.

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Categories: litigation strategy, open innovation, patent litigation data


New Patent Shows Our Distinct Innovation Approach

Innography's fourth US patent 9,069,853 was issued on June 30 for “System and method of goal-oriented searching.” The patent’s title underscores Innography’s product development approach: We start with the user goals, then we design software to allow them to quickly and easily achieve their goals.

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Categories: open innovation, patent filing trends, patent search, patent strategy, semantic patent search


Five Easy Prior Art Search Tips You Need to Keep In Mind

A common question we come across here at Innography is related to methods for identifying seminal patents. Seminal patents represent an invention so important that it creates or shifts a particular technology space. Other inventors cite those inventions as prior art for their own inventions, which can be improvements or enhancements to the original idea.

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Categories: open innovation, patent search, patent strategy


Four Tactics for Monetizing Innovation in Your Portfolio

This is a transcript of the webinar Four Tactics for Monetizing Innovation in Your Portfolio, hosted by Gene Quinn, IPWatchDog, which is available on demand.

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Categories: open innovation, patent portfolio analysis


Q&A with Gene Quinn from IPWatchdog: The Impact of Alice v. CLS Bank

In the wake of Alice v. CLS Bank, numerous patents have been lost with claims invalidated as being patent ineligible. On the first anniversary of the Alice decision, we sat with Gene to answer some of your burning questions in our webinar: Surviving Alice in the Age of Software Innovation.

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Categories: advanced patent search, industry outlooks, open innovation, patent analysis, semantic patent search


Helpful Innography Analyses for Licensing to Other Industries

In our recent webinar with Dr. Monty Wright from General Electric, he reviewed a terrific process for licensing your patents to other industries. We’ll give the steps below of Innography analyses that perform the steps in his process.

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Categories: application trends, licensing strategy, open innovation, patent semantics


Company Comparison

Denise Deverelle Crown kicks off her blog series on the new features of the Innography Spring 2014 release with Company Comparison - an exclusive new feature designed to help you gather competitive intelligence in just minutes.

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Categories: competitive intelligence, open innovation, patent portfolio analysis, patent visualization tools