This week, WTR’s sister publication IAM spoke to Microsoft's chief IP officer  Horacio Gutierrez, in London to present at the Intellectual Property Institute's annual Stephen Stewart Lecture. Gutierrez confidently views cloud computing as the future of the high-tech industry, an outlook reflected by the investment Microsoft has pumped into cloud platforms over the past decade. Importantly, when considering the challenges to intellectual property that this environment creates, Gutierrez predicts a growing role for trademark counsel in policing use of intellectual property. 

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