IBM Confidential Information

Example Definitions of "IBM Confidential Information"
IBM Confidential Information. Any information of a confidential or secret nature that is disclosed to you, or created or learned by you that relates to the business of the Company, including trade secrets. Examples of IBM Confidential Information include, but are not limited to: the Company's formulae, patterns, compilations, programs, devices, methods, techniques, software, tools, systems, and processes, the Company's selling, manufacturing, and servicing methods and business techniques, implementation strategies, and... information about any of the foregoing, the Company's training, service, and business manuals, promotional materials, training courses, and other training and instructional materials, vendor and product information, customer and prospective customer lists, other customer and prospective customer information, client data, global strategic plans, marketing plans, information about the Company's management techniques and management strategies, information regarding long-term business opportunities, information regarding the development status of specific Company products, assessments of the global competitive landscape of the industries in which the Company competes, plans for acquisition or disposition of products or companies or business units, expansion plans, financial status and plans, compensation information, and personnel information. View More
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