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Secure, social, cloud - mutually exclusive or perfect partners?

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Is cloud-based social software inherently risky for enterprises looking to take advantage of the new wave of technology innovation or is it possible to have your cake and eat it?

Is cloud-based social software inherently risky for enterprises looking to take advantage of the new wave of technology innovation or is it possible to have your cake and eat it?

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  • 1. Secure, social, cloud Mutually exclusive or perfect partners? Stuart Barrwww.highqsolutions.com
  • 2. Introduction Stuart Barr Director, HighQ ‣ Background in technology, social, legal ‣ HighQ is a leading provider of secure collaboration and publishing software to the legal, banking, life sciences and government sectors.Photo by Stuart Barr
  • 3. Can we have our cake and eat it? “ Is cloud-based social software inherently risky for enterprises looking to take advantage of the new wave of technology innovation or is it possible to have your cake and eat it?Photo by Mushroom and Rooster
  • 4. A new wave of technology adoption ‣ Cloud computing ‣ Social software ‣ Mobile accessPhoto by Stuart Barr
  • 5. Benefits of the cloud ‣ Reduce costs ‣ Rapid deployment ‣ Flexibility and scalability ‣ Access from anywherePhoto by The Planet
  • 6. Accelerating adoption of social tools ‣ Workforce productivity ‣ Communication & collaboration ‣ Knowledge sharing ‣ Internal and externalImage by Gregory Williams
  • 7. Established cloud players lead the way ‣ Google ‣ Salesforce ‣ Zoho ‣ Amazon ‣ Microsoft ‣ ApplePhoto by Fiona Romeo
  • 8. In theory, social + cloud = good ‣ Cheap, scalable computing ‣ Software on demand ‣ Cost and resource savings ‣ Access to latest innovations ‣ Timely deploymentsPhoto by Lyza
  • 9. Not so fastPicture by Natalia & Gabriel Sánchez-SuárezPhoto by Fiona Romeo
  • 10. Is the cloud secure?Photo by M I S C H E L L E
  • 11. Popular misconception no.1 “ The cloud is less secure than an in-house solution hosted in my own data centre.Photo by Martin Sharman ”
  • 12. Consumer-grade services Fantastic – but probably not the best place in the cloud to store your sensitive corporate data… we need something elsePhoto by Fiona Romeo
  • 13. Enterprise-grade services ‣ Specialist providers ‣ Focused on the enterprise ‣ High-grade security & control ‣ Independently audited ‣ Smaller, private cloudsPhoto by Steven Shorrock
  • 14. Specialist cloud providers ‣ Depend on trust of their clients ‣ Must be as secure as on-premise ‣ Robust, reliable, secure services ‣ State-of-the-art technology firmsPhoto by Lars Plougmann
  • 15. Popular misconception no.2 “ Social is a waste of time, it’s about sharing and being open, it’s risky and insecure.Photo by David Sim ”
  • 16. Take the best from the consumer web‣ Best ideas from consumer tools‣ Take them into the enterprise‣ Add new security and controls
  • 17. Enterprise-grade social tools‣ Robust and advanced controls‣ Choose who to share with‣ Be as open or closed as you need‣ Various levels of privilege & access‣ Internal and external users
  • 18. “Facebook for the enterprise”‣ File sharing‣ Wikis & blogs‣ Microblogs‣ Tasks & calendars‣ People profiles‣ Activity streams‣ Feeds and filters
  • 19. What “social” really means ‣ Emphasising people and connections ‣ Enterprise-grade collaboration tools ‣ Convert work product into knowledge ‣ Create and share in the same system ‣ Gain a corporate peripheral visionPhoto by Hans Põldoja
  • 20. So, I can have my cake and eat it? ‣ Secure, social, cloud is possible ‣ Do your due diligence ‣ Choose your providers carefully ‣ Ask the difficult questions ‣ Demand evidence they are securePhoto by Frank Gruber
  • 21. These firms are already doing itwww.highqsolutions.com
  • 22. Questionsinfo@highqsolutions.comwww.highqsolutions.com