You Can't Hug a Cloud, But you can Embrace Cloud Computing
 

You Can't Hug a Cloud, But you can Embrace Cloud Computing

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Records in the Cloud? My mother always said, “every problem is a people problem.” The Cloud is no different. It is not a technology issue; it is a challenge that can only be addressed with ...

Records in the Cloud? My mother always said, “every problem is a people problem.” The Cloud is no different. It is not a technology issue; it is a challenge that can only be addressed with processes that are implemented by people. Cloud computing solutions bring new risks and challenges. Those can be managed. If you have a real business need that can be solved with a Cloud solution, addressing those challenges makes the effort worthwhile.

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You Can't Hug a Cloud, But you can Embrace Cloud Computing You Can't Hug a Cloud, But you can Embrace Cloud Computing Presentation Transcript

  • #AIIM14  #AIIM14   #AIIM14   You  can’t  hug  a  cloud,  but  you  can   embrace  cloud  compu4ng  Monica  Crocker,  CRM,  PMP,  CIP   Corporate  Records  Manager   Land  O’Lakes   @rec_rocker  
  • #AIIM14   Introduc4on   §  Speaker  Background   §  Land  O’Lakes  Overview    
  • #AIIM14   What  Cloud  is  NOT   §  The”  Cloud   §  The  Internet     §  SaaS   §  File  Sharing  Services  
  • #AIIM14   Cloud  Compu4ng,  Defined   §  Many  definiIons     §  NIST  definiIon:  NIST  DefiniIon:  Cloud  compuIng  is  a  model  for  enabling   ubiquitous,  convenient,  on-­‐demand  network  access  to  a  shared  pool  of   configurable  compuIng  resources  (e.g.,  networks,  servers,  storage,   applicaIons,  and  services)  that  can  be  rapidly  provisioned  and  released   with  minimal  management  effort  or  service  provider  interacIon.  This   cloud  model  is  composed  of  five  essenIal  characterisIcs,  three  service   models,  and  four  deployment  models.   §  What  it  is  NOT    
  • #AIIM14   Further  Defini4on   §  5  CharacterisIcs  of  Cloud  CompuIng   §  On  Demand  Self-­‐Service,     §  Broad  network  access,     §  Resource  pooling,     §  Rapid  elasIcity  and     §  Measured  service  
  • #AIIM14   Even  Further  Defini4on   §  3  Service  Models  of  Cloud  CompuIng   §  SoYware  as  a  Service  (SaaS),     §  PlaZorm  as  a  Service  (PaaS)  and     §  Infrastructure  as  a  Service  (IaaS)  
  • #AIIM14   And  yet  more  Defini4on   §  Four  Deployment  Models   §  Private  cloud,     §  Community  cloud,     §  Public  cloud  and     §  Hybrid  cloud  
  • #AIIM14   Addi4onal  Cloud  Background   §  Cloud  StaIsIcs   §  Recent  Rapid  Growth   §  ConInued,  Accelerated  Growth  Predicted   §  YOUR  ORGANIZATION  ALREADY  HAS  CONTENT   IN  A  CLOUD    
  • #AIIM14   Records  Management     or  Informa4on  Governance?   §  Records  Management  Approach  to  Cloud   CompuIng   §  Records  are  a  subset  of  InformaIon.     §  The  definiIon  of  a  “record”  is  a  constantly   moving  target   §  Technology  explosion  and  constant  regulatory   changes  makes  it  difficult/impossible  to  be   proacIve  
  • #AIIM14   Records  Management     or  Informa4on  Governance?   §  InformaIon  Governance  Approach  to  Cloud   CompuIng   §  All  your  organizaIon’s  informaIon  is  in  scope   §  Incorporates:     §  Federal  Rules  of  Civil  Procedure  (discovery)  and  other  regulaIons   §  Data  privacy   §  Intellectual  property   §  InformaIon  lifecycle  management  (defensible  disposiIon)   §  Findability  (taxonomy)   §  Business  process  transformaIon  
  • #AIIM14   Informa4on  Governance  Considera4ons   §  Regulatory  compliance     §  Ownership  of  the  informaIon     §  Transfer  of  the  informaIon  (to  and  from)  AND  the  associated  metadata   §  Return  of  the  informaIon  (to  and  from)  AND  the  associated  metadata   §  Vendor  subpoenas     §  InformaIon  lifecycle  management,  including  cerIfying  destrucIon   §  Legal  Holds   §  Security  –  in  the  cloud  and  in  transit   §  Increased  project  complexity  
  • #AIIM14   Benefits  of  Cloud  Compu4ng   §  Meets  current  generaIon  of  users’  expectaIons   §  Mobile  access   §  BYOD  support   §  CollaboraIon  with  External  Partners   §  Disaster  recovery/business  conInuity   §  Prevents  worse  informaIon  access  alternaIves  
  • #AIIM14   Logis4cs  of  Cloud  Compu4ng   §  NegoIate  those  contract  terms!   §  Block  access  to  “unauthorized”  cloud  storage?   §  IdenIfy  roles  and  responsibiliIes   §  Know  what  services  are  subcontracted   §  Review  your  insurance  coverage   §  Have  the  right  people  review  the  plan  
  • www.aiim.org/infochaos   Do  YOU  understand  the  business     challenge  of  the  next  10  years?   This  ebook  from  AIIM  President   John  Mancini  explains.  
  • #AIIM14   Ques4ons?   THANK  YOU!   Monica  Crocker,  CRM,  PMP,  CIP   Corporate  Records  Manager,  Land  O’Lakes   MLCrocker@landolakes.com   @ReC_Rocker   651-­‐271-­‐5833