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It's lonely in the middle - but it doesn't have to be

On the one hand, you now have information that is both a present corporate operational necessity and information that is what will build your future. The new and/or tiny firm may have intellectual property that is what their future is made of, but when a company is small the problem of protection is more straightforward because some one person still knows what it all is and where it all is.
The Fortune 100 industry leader may have trade secrets that are likewise what their future is made of, but by virtue of their size they can buy protections sufficient to keep the protection problem and the apparatus to solve it inside the company.

Written by Dan Geer21 Jan. 13 22:00

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