Cloud-Based Enterprise: From surviving to thriving in a new era of challenges
Every enterprise is dealing with a content deluge. Analysts predict a mind-boggling 50x growth in digital content between 2010 and 2020, with 90% of it unstructured: emails, documents, images, video and more.
Since the dawn of the distributed computing era, enterprises have been contending with the increasing growth of unstructured content. Today’s landscape consists of enterprises that have rationalized and standardized their IT functions, and are now looking for new ways to manage costs and improve quality of service to their customers. For the most part, IT organizations and CIOs are under pressure to meet the needs of rapidly scaling global operations, while maintaining a small infrastructure footprint.
With the explosion of knowledge work, and the ever-increasing need to secure, store, manage and find intellectual property, content management is increasingly recognized as an enterprise-wide need – as a fundamental business necessity instead of a “nice to have.” Today’s enterprises, however, can no longer wait for lengthy development and deployment cycles, and must migrate over to Platform as a Service (PaaS) models that are agile, nimble and extensible to allow them to capture market share and take advantage of the ever-changing business and market conditions.
During this roundtable, we will explore the reasons behind the move to cloud-based enterprise content management, and delve into some of the benefits of making such a transition, including cost savings and efficiencies, better information governance, compliance and control. We will also look at how cloud-based solutions can provide faster time-to-value and provide the agile solution your organization needs to meet your customer demands.
6:00 – 6:30 pm – Welcome Reception & Cocktails
6:30 – 6:40 pm – Introduction from Master of Ceremonies
6:40 – 7:00 pm – Keynote Speaker
7:00 – 9:00 pm – Three-course dinner complemented with table discussion points
9:00 – 9:30 pm – Wrap up and closing remarks from Alfresco
- How quickly are you able to respond to market changes and customer requirements?
1. Need for agility
2. Greater mobility
3. Multi-Service Integration
4. Operational Efficiency
- How do you share data without compromising security?
- Is cloud-based content services right for your organization?
John Newton, Founder and CTO, Alfresco
John Newton, CTO and Founder, has had one of the longest and most influential careers in content management. In 1990, John co-founded, designed and led the development of Documentum®, the leader in content management acquired by EMC®.
For the next ten years, he invented many of the concepts widely used in the industry today. In addition, he built Documentum’s marketing and professional services organizations in Europe. John has also been an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Benchmark Capital. John was one of the founding engineers at Ingres® where he helped develop the world’s first commercial relational database. John graduated with a BS in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley.
At Alfresco, we believe that business is a constant flow of information and decisions, and it’s our mission to make that flow fast, seamlessly and intelligently. Alfresco is the leading open-source provider of Enterprise Content and Process Services. Alfresco on Amazon Web Services™ (AWS) combines the mobile collaboration, capabilities, and ubiquitous file access with the security, control, and policy enforcement that enterprises need. Alfresco on AWS helps you achieve faster time to value of your Content and Process Services needs, as well as making business flow.