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Stormy Weather - How Moving Content to the Cloud Changes the Landscape

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We interpret the computing “cloud” as an amorphous melange of off-site applications, private clouds, social media, mobile devices and hosted services. Whatever it is... it’s not the same to everyone.

But there is one consistent challenge in moving content into any form of cloud: ensuring the accuracy and trustworthiness of it. Has the information been sincerely portrayed? Is it a true and accurate expression of the facts? Can I take it into a court? And can I make a critical business decision from it?

There are many ways to track content through management systems. There’s nothing new about that... corporate consumers of information have been doing that for years. What IS new is the unpredictable stormy nature of cloud, mobile and social networking that businesses face today.

That’s the subject of our special one-hour web event we’re calling:

“Stormy Weather”
How Moving Content to the Cloud
Changes the Landscape
Moderated by KMWorld publisher Andy Moore, this expert panel will answer many questions you may have such as:
  • Are concerns regarding “records” delaying you from moving to a cloud solution?
  • Are there acceptable “hybrid” solutions that allow you to enjoy the benefits, while avoiding the risks, of cloud?
  • What kinds of things should I look for in applications and their data when considering moving them to the cloud?
  • How do I adopt social network content, while maintaining the best interests of my business?
  • How do I choose “go vs. no go” governance criteria for cloud computing and storage options, BYOD and social media?

Audio is streamed over the Internet, so turn up your computer speakers!

Andy Moore

Shyam Oza
Product Manager, JC

Tom Reding
CRM Principal, Information Governance Practice


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