Session Videos

 

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Leveraging Analytics to Manage Risk and Obtain Competitive Advantage
Thought Leadership Session - High Performance Analytics
Marc Gordon Keynote Presentation
Cloud Computing - The Business Human and Technology Transformation
The Common Credentials Dilemma
Converging Trends in IT and Their Effect on Traditional IT Governance
Using Analytics to Thrive in the New Reality
The Role of the CIO at ING DIRECT Canada

 

Whitepapers

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Enterprise Mobility Management AirWatch allows you to gain visibility into the devices − including smartphones, tablets and laptops − connecting to your enterprise network, content and resources. Quickly enroll devices in your enterprise environment, configure and updtate device settings over-the-air, and enforce security policies and compliance across your device fleet.

Expect More From Your Lighting Redwood Systems powers enhanced building performance through lighting. Achieve best-in-class energy savings from commercial lighting and cost-effective facility monitoring in a single platform that helps run operations more efficiently.

Information Governance is Good Business There are many definitions of Information Governance, but at the heart it is about effectively using and managing an organization’s information assets to derive maximum value, while minimizing information-related risks. It applies to all corporate information, regardless of form, function, or location. This includes structured and unstructured information, and ranges from content on file systems and email to information within productivity and line-of-business systems, on web, social, and mobile environments.

The IT Crossroads between Technology Costs and Asset Transparencies Studies show the average enterprise’s IT investment is now greater than 4.2% of annual revenues and still rising. Due to some organization’s decision making processes on IT projects, many estimate put that 20% of the IT spending is visible in the IT budget. This means Business units are beginning to have their own IT budgets, which require joint decision making between central IT and the business unit themselves.

 
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