CBR Extended-Enterprise Collaboration Dining Club

Date: 30th May 2012

Venue: Villa Merton, Frankfurt, Germany

Located in the "diplomat's quarter", an elegant Frankfurt neighbourhood. Richard Merton commissioned this building in 1925 as a private mansion in the neo baroque style. In 2002, The Union International Club built a restaurant in the mansion, which was awarded a Michelin Star in 2003 and this restaurant will be the setting for this CBR Dining Club, hosted in association with Intralinks.

There are a number of market drivers for what some are calling the 'extended enterprise'. Data, and the need for it to be shared securely and efficiently, is growing exponentially. The consumerisation of IT - with the likes of smartphones and tablets invading the enterprise - means secure collaboration is more important than ever. Add to those the need for the CIO to act as a driver for growth in the company and the rising complexity and demands of the regulatory environment, and you have the 'extended enterprise'.

But how to maintain control, and offer secure messaging and collaboration outside of the firewall? Consumer-grade solutions abound, but clearly lack the rights permissions, security and audit trail to make them suitable for most enterprises. Particularly when it comes to confidential, highly sensitive or regulated content.

Attend this CBR Dining Club in order to hear about the latest technologies and approaches that can help your organisation to regain control over its inter-enterprise messaging and collaboration. You'll learn how cloud-based collaboration technologies may actually offer the security and auditability often lacking in consumer-grade, on-premise systems, and how to build the business case for secure, inter-enterprise content management and collaboration.

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