Information Rights Management at Oracle Open World 2009

Oracle Open World 2009

The Oracle IRM team is going to be at Open World this year. Andy Peet (Product Manager), Ryan Carroll (VP Development), James Wallace-Hadrill (EMEA business development manager) and Martin Lambert (CTO and IRM founder) and of course myself. We will be in and around the event and you will mostly find us in the demo grounds on the Information Rights Management demo pod in Moscone West. We are number 105.

Keep an eye on this blog during Open World, I will be giving you regular updates and some interviews with the members of the team. If you would like to schedule some time with us during Open World, please contact me and I can arrange a meeting/live demonstration.

There are also presentation sessions which will feature IRM. James will be presenting, 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. on Thursday October 15 in Moscone South, room 304.






































Session Details
Session ID: S309491
Session Title: Protect Sensitive Data in Portals with Oracle Information Rights Management
Session Abstract: Applications displaying sensitive data through portals that are part of Oracle WebCener Suite may need to protect the data from screen capture, forwarding, or printing. Examples include management dashboards, financial results, and personnel records. This session demonstrates how to use Oracle Information Rights Management to protect Web pages and portlets containing such sensitive data, ensuring that only authorized users can access the data or any copies of it, controlling what they are permitted to do, and keeping audit records of what they have actually done.
Track: MIDDLEWARE: Content Management, Portals, and Collaboration
Secondary Track: Application Server and Transaction Processing
Session Type: Conference Session
Session Category: Features
Duration: 60 minutes
Speaker(s)/Company: Karl Degenhardt, Oracle; James Wallace-Hadrill, Oracle

Andy also has a presentation at 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m on Tuesday October 13. This will be in the Marriott Hotel, Golden Gate B3.


































Session Details
Session ID: S309952
Session Title: Content Integration: Deep Dive into Services and APIs in Oracle Universal Content Management
Session Abstract: Attend this session to learn about numerous integration techniques and dive deeply into the APIs and services available for integrating content across your applications and middleware tools. The presentation walks through a variety of examples and demonstrations.
Track: MIDDLEWARE: Content Management, Portals, and Collaboration
Session Type: Conference Session
Session Category: Tips and Tricks
Duration: 60 minutes
Speaker(s)/Company: Andy Peet, Oracle; Vijay Ramanathan, Oracle

Finally Jason Davis, Oracle Beehive product manager, will be talking about IRM as part of the integration between Beehive and the content management products. His session is at 1pm on Wednesday, October 14th in Moscone South, room 252.


































Session Details
Session ID: S310051
Session Title: Collaboration, Service-Oriented Architecture, and Content Management
Session Abstract: Oracle Beehive provides many features for managing the collaborative aspects of the content lifecycle: editing, sharing, discussing, creating meeting materials, assigning tasks, managing drafts/revisions, and so on. In addition, organizations must manage other aspects of the content lifecycle such as Web publication, rendition management, digital asset and information rights management, and archive storage. This session shows you how, to meet these needs, Oracle Beehive integrates with various aspects of Oracle's content management tools to provide availability of advanced content features and enforcement of these types of operational policies.
Track: MIDDLEWARE: Content Management, Portals, and Collaboration
Session Type: Power Session (30 minutes)
Session Category: Features
Duration: 30 minutes
Speaker(s)/Company: Jason Davis, Oracle

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