(c) Executive irrevocably appoints the Corporation as his or her attorney in his or her name (with full power of substitution and re-substitution) and on his or her behalf to execute all documents, and do all things, required in order to give full effect to the provisions of this Section 3.1.
(a) Executive acknowledges that during the Employment Period and (if applicable) prior thereto when he or she was an employee, agent, director, or officer of or consultant to the Corporation, Executive has been given and will continue to have, in connection with the conduct of the Business, access and exposure to trade secrets and other confidential information in written, oral, electronic, and other form regarding the Corporation and its Subsidiaries, and their respective Affiliates, businesses, operations, equipment, products, and employees (Confidential Information), including, but not limited to:
(i) the identities of customers and key accounts and relationships and potential customers and key accounts and relationships, including, without limitation, the identity of customers and key accounts and potential customers and key accounts cultivated or maintained by Executive while providing services to the Corporation or its Subsidiaries, or that Executive cultivates or maintains while providing services to the Corporation or its Subsidiaries using the Corporations (or its Subsidiaries) products, name, and infrastructure, and the identities of contact persons at those customers and key accounts and potential customers and key accounts, as well as other such confidential information related to the Business to which Executive is exposed during the course of his or her employment or service;
(ii) the particular preferences, likes, dislikes, and needs of those customers and key accounts and relationships, and potential customers and key accounts and contact persons with respect to service types, financing terms, pricing, sales calls, timing, sales terms, rental terms, lease terms, service plans, and other marketing terms and techniques;
(iii) the business methods, practices, strategies, forecasts, pricing, and marketing techniques;
(iv) the identities of brokers, licensors, vendors, and other suppliers and the identities of contact persons at such brokers, licensors, vendors, and other suppliers;
(v) the identities of key sales representatives and personnel and other employees;
(vi) advertising and sales materials, research, technology, intellectual property rights, training materials and techniques, computer software, and related materials;