By Simon Thorpe on Sep 17, 2010
For the 3rd year running we will be at Oracle Open World! Andy Peet, Oracle IRM product manager and I will be at the whole Open World event in San Francisco. We will be presenting Oracle IRM on Wednesday, details below. We will also be in the demoGrounds area of Open World showing off the latest features of our 11g release. Feel free to come by and say hi!
|Session Title:<>||Client-Side Security as a Middleware Service<>|
|Date/Location:<>||Wednesday, September 22, 1:00PM | Moscone South, Rm 310<>|
|Session Abstract:<>||Information rights management technology is often used to protect highly sensitive information in constrained workflows. Although the technology could clearly provide value in a much wider range of use cases, organizations often face the challenge of training numerous staff members to start classifying their information and to make correct classification decisions. In this session, see how integrating IRM into an enterprise as an identity management service can complement an existing application stack. This can extend the enforcement of information classification policy out to the multitude of devices used to access sensitive information both online and offline around the globe, without the need to change most end user workflows.<>|
|Speaker(s)/Company:<>||Andy Peet, Oracle, Product Manager<>|
Simon Thorpe, Product Expert