Monday Sep 27, 2010

Security in the Enterprise 2.0 World: Conflicts of collaboration

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I was recently asked to be a guest author on CMSwire.com to comment on the challenges of security in the Enterprise 2.0 (E2.0) world. Having worked in both E2.0 and security, I have a good perspective.

As E2.0 brings web 2.0 into the enterprise it runs directly into the issues of security, compliance and regulation. It's a big challenge and a big contradiction. The business wants to use all these amazing new ways to share content, but the same business also needs to ensure that only the right people can get access to it.
And What About the Cloud?

Then there is the cloud. Cloud, cloud, cloud, it's on every webcast, in every article. The cloud has many advantages. Why wouldn't you want to outsource all your costs of network management, storage, system administration? The cloud makes perfect sense but has one massive concern... security. Wouldn't it be nice if someone else could host your content, provide the search functionality, upgrade the systems, manage backups and the network access and yet you could have persistent control over the actual information itself?

Read the full article over on cmswire.com.

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