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Webinar on cloud privacy and data sovereignty

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The benefits of cloud computing for public sector organisations run right across the public sector, including education. 
But as executives explore the opportunities, they often become concerned about data security and the privacy risks associated with online services – and justifiably so.

We’re running a webinar tomorrow (12 March) at 2PM AEDT, where we’ll tackle the sensitive issue of data privacy head-on to reveal both the potential pain points and how your organisation can mitigate the risks.

The ability to offer new services. The potential to improve operating efficiencies. Deepening customer engagement. There’s no disputing the upside of the cloud. But balancing individual privacy, corporate security and state sovereignty in this brave new world can prove challenging. In the webinar, our cloud experts will:

  • Explore the potential risks cloud computing presents
  • Share our experience in how real the risks are
  • Offer insights on how to overcome them
  • Reveal what’s needed to undertake a cloud-risk assessment – and how to share your findings with managers

Two senior Microsoft Australia employees will share their experiences of compliance and security, explain the impact of cloud computing and shed light on data privacy, security and sovereignty.

imageJames Kavanagh

Chief Security Officer, Microsoft Australia
imageShaun Tipson

Senior Attorney, Microsoft Australia

The webinar runs tomorrow, Weds 12 March, at 2PM AEDT.

Register now for the Cloud webinar on 12 March 2014

  • Is this webinar recorded? If yes, can you send me the link on twitter @digantakumar. Thank you.

  • Have just Found this Blog and was also wondering if the webinar was recorded for offline viewing.  If so could you please post the link as it's becoming a ever increasing topic of conversation.

    Thanks

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