What happens in an internet minute? See slide 4. Where does that data go? Who is responsible for it? What if the content is objectionable? Who is liable?
Cloud Computing is not new, but it's ubiquitous nature should be on everyone's radar. Know what, when, how, where and perhaps why content is shared and where it is shared is critical for every business.
What does SharePoint have to do with this? Well, the simple answer is ... every records manager that has SharePoint skills can have a job for life. Knowing how a company keeps track of content is typically the domain of the legal department and often falls on the Records Management professionals to define, implement and govern the policies related to content management.
With the rise of SharePoint deployments around the globe ... the smart Records Managers are learning SharePoint. Those that do will have jobs for life.
On a broader scale people from both business and technical teams that understand the intersection of Cloud, Mobile and Social Computing will also have jobs for life. This presentation covers some of the high level elements of each category. Many of which can be starting points for deeper dives into the nuances related to legal as well as business and technical requirements and challenges.
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