Technology Sample Clauses

Technology. Discoveries, innovations, Know-How and inventions, whether patentable or not, including computer software, recognized under U.S. law as intellectual creations to which rights of ownership accrue, including, but not limited to, patents, trade secrets, maskworks and copyrights developed under this Agreement.
Technology. For purposes of this Agreement, “Technology” means all Software, information, designs, formulae, algorithms, procedures, methods, techniques, ideas, know-how, research and development, technical data, programs, subroutines, tools, materials, specifications, processes, inventions (whether or not patentable and whether or not reduced to practice), apparatus, creations, improvements and other similar materials, and all recordings, graphs, drawings, reports, analyses, and other writings, and other embodiments of any of the foregoing, in any form or media whether or not specifically listed herein. Further, for purposes of this Agreement, “Software” means any and all computer programs, whether in source code or object code; databases and compilations, whether machine readable or otherwise; descriptions, flow-charts and other work product used to design, plan, organize and develop any of the foregoing; and all documentation, including user manuals and other training documentation, related to any of the foregoing.
Technology a. The Board shall provide, and Contractor staff shall attend, the various training classes conducted regarding the correct and efficient use of all business applications.
Technology. The ARCHITECT shall deliver to the DISTRICT, on request, the tape and/or compact disc format and the name of the supplier of the software/hardware necessary to use the design file. In order to document exactly what CADD information was given to the DISTRICT, ARCHITECT and DISTRICT shall each sign a "hard" copy of reproducible documents that depict the information at the time ARCHITECT produces the CADD information. DISTRICT agrees to release ARCHITECT from all liability, damages, and/or claims that arise due to any changes made to this information by anyone other than the ARCHITECT or its consultants subsequent to it being given to the DISTRICT. Following the termination of this Agreement, for any reason whatsoever, the ARCHITECT shall promptly deliver to the DISTRICT upon written request and at no cost to the DISTRICT the following items (hereinafter “Instruments of Service”) which the DISTRICT shall have the right to utilize in any way permitted by statute:
Technology. Maintain equipment; train others in the use of office equipment; select appropriate media; establish document structure; produce documents. Organisational: Co-ordinate own work routine with others; make and record appointments on behalf of others; make travel and accommodation bookings in line with given itinerary. Team: Clarify tasks to achieve group goals; negotiate allocation of tasks; monitor own completion of allocated tasks. Business Financial: Reconcile accounts to balance; prepare bank reconciliations; document and lodge takings at bank; receive and document payment/takings; dispatch statements to debtors; follow up and record outstanding accounts; dispatch payments to creditors; maintain stock control records.
Technology. 7.5.1 The employer shall recognise its responsibility for the protection of the health and safety of employees operating electronic technology, and shall comply with the latest protective guidelines contained in the Department of Labour/ACC Guidelines for using computers (2010) or any other relevant visual display units code subsequently introduced and agrees to apply this any time visual display units are used by employees.
Technology. In the event that the expansion of new technology makes skills obsolete, the University agrees to make reasonable efforts to make available training opportunities to staff members to improve existing skills or develop new skills so that staff members may better serve the needs of the University. Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed to limit the University’s right to introduce new electronic technology.
Technology a. All academic employees should be provided the basic configuration, as follows: telephone, voice mail, computer, e-mail, internet access, and printer access. Health and safety needs, such as work stations designed to minimize workplace injuries and in accordance with OSHA/WISHA standards, should be considered part of the basic configuration.
Technology. (i) Except as set forth in Section 4.1(s)(i) of the Disclosure Schedule, the Company exclusively owns, or is licensed to use, without restriction, the rights to all patents, trademarks, trade names, service marks, copyrights and any applications therefor, inventories, technology, trade secrets, know-how, 3-D seismic data, computer software programs or applications and tangible or intangible proprietary information or material that in any material respect are used or proposed to be used in the business of the Company and any of its subsidiaries as currently conducted or proposed to be conducted (the "Company Intellectual Property Rights"). Section 4.1(s)(i) of the Disclosure Schedule lists: (A) all patents, trademarks, trade names, service marks, registered and unregistered copyrights, and any applications therefor included in the Company Intellectual Property Rights; (B) all licenses and other agreements to which the Company or any of its subsidiaries is a party and pursuant to which the Company or any of its subsidiaries is authorized to use any Company Intellectual Property Right, and includes the identities of the parties thereto, a description of the nature and subject matter thereof, the applicable royalty and the term thereof; and (C) all 3-D seismic data included in the Company Intellectual Property Rights. Neither the Company nor any of its subsidiaries is, or as a result of the execution, delivery or performance of the Company's obligations hereunder will be, in violation in any material respect of, or lose any rights (other than immaterial rights) pursuant to, any license or agreement described in Section 4.1(s) of the Disclosure Schedule.
Technology. MP will take all reasonable steps necessary to conform its promotion and sale of Products through the Affiliated MP Site to the then-existing technologies identified by AOL which are optimized for the AOL Service. Additionally, MP shall have the right to make available to AOL users (i) "streaming audio or video" or any comparable audio or video delivery technology and (ii) "wav" files, "mpeg" files or other downloadable, nonstreamed audio or video files through any linked pages of the Affiliated MP Site; provided that, MP shall not make available any full length Video Products or any substantial portion thereof on the AOL Network, through the products described in either clause (i) or (ii) above, and (b) if MP's provision of the foregoing products result in an increase in AOL's network costs, AOL shall have the right to restrict MP's offering of the foregoing and the Parties shall renegotiate the economic terms of this Agreement. AOL will be entitled to require reasonable changes to the Content (including, without limitation, the features or functionality) within any linked pages of the Affiliated MP Site to the extent such Content will, in AOL's good faith judgment, adversely affect any operational aspect of the AOL Network. AOL reserves the right to review and test the Affiliated MP Site from time to time to determine whether the site is compatible with AOL's then-available client and host software and the AOL Network.