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CFO Strategy

  • Taking Control of Corporate Spend
    Taking Control of Corporate Spend Rob Kugel, Ventana Research; Lauren Pukacz, New York Library Jul 25 2017 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Today’s CFOs are putting business travel expenses and indirect spend under the microscope to optimize cost savings and achieve operational excellence. But fragmented systems and processes make it difficult for business leaders to control corporate spend.

    These challenges demand radical changes in expense management. Watch this webinar replay with Ventana Research and the New York Public Library to learn:

    - Why spend management is a top priority for finance executives
    - How organizations can use a single approach to manage spend
    - How Workday streamlines business processes and identifies opportunities for cost savings
  • Information Governance and the Cloud
    Information Governance and the Cloud Bill Tolson, Actiance & Jim Shook, Esq, EMC Corp. Aug 1 2017 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    With the cloud computing promise of faster, better and cheaper, everyone needs a cloud strategy. But the strategy needs to be informed because legal and regulatory obligations, including eDiscovery, remain the company’s responsibility even when a third party cloud provider has the data. Public, private and hybrid clouds all have different characteristics that impact access to, control of and remedies for issues related to your organization’s data. Changing regulations on data privacy and security alter the risk profile for maintaining data in different types of clouds, and even the location of the cloud can be important.

    In this webcast we have discussed some of the important differences between cloud models and how organizations can develop a strategy that best meets their requirements. In this webcast, we’ll address the following questions:

    • What are the basic cloud deployment models?
    • What are the key compliance benefits and risks of public and private clouds for email?
    • How can my organization determine which types of data are the best fit for the different cloud models?
    • What are some of the current and up-and-coming trends that may impact some of my cloud decisions?
  • The Top 5 Myths of Archiving
    The Top 5 Myths of Archiving Bill Tolson, Archive 360 & Gopal Ramanujam, Actiance Aug 15 2017 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Suffice it to say that traditional email archiving is a mature technology category. However, more firms are looking at archiving today for the first time as their ‘keep everything forever’ strategies have failed. Others are motivated by a move to Office365, while some are looking for new approaches to address the growing challenges of social media, instant messaging, and rich media communications channels that are growing organically inside their firms.

    Whatever the driver, archiving remains misunderstood by many – both within IT and across business units. Join us and our guest Bill Tolson from Archive360 as we explore and attempt to clarify the top 5 archiving myths:

    • Archiving is primarily for email storage;
    • Archiving is only necessary for regulated firms;
    • Archiving leads to the risk of over-preservation;
    • Cloud archiving is more expensive and less secure than traditional on-premises archiving;
    • End-users don’t benefit from Archiving

    We’ll wrap up with a brief overview of how Actiance and Archive360 are enabling organizations to address these myths and achieve their information governance objectives.
  • 2017 Workforce Mobility Benchmark Webinar: Vehicle Edition
    2017 Workforce Mobility Benchmark Webinar: Vehicle Edition Ken Robinson - Research Analyst and Jake Ernest - General Manager Aug 30 2017 5:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Runzheimer surveyed hundreds of companies across a variety of industries to gather data on their business vehicle programs. Join us to learn about the key findings in risk & policy, cost and time savings.
  • Cyber Resiliency: Reducing Your Risk By Increasing Your Resiliency
    Cyber Resiliency: Reducing Your Risk By Increasing Your Resiliency Stephen Head, Mike Gerdes, and Jeff Butler of Experis Finance Sep 12 2017 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Managing operational resilience to cyber threats requires the involvement of many functional areas across the enterprise. Working together, they can reduce the overall risk to the organization by minimizing the impact of a cyber-attack and ensuring the continuity of essential services.

    This webinar will provide a high-level overview on the ways in which cyber-attacks are evolving and will delve into the following aspects of cyber resiliency:
    •Where to get started in assessing your current organizational exposure
    •How to leverage leading practices and frameworks to withstand regulatory scrutiny
    •Practical steps to implementing a cyber resiliency program
    •Share how to imbed controls and recover real dollars

    This webinar will go beyond the headlines and into specific solutions that organizations should focus on as they work to counter increasingly malicious and in some cases devastating attacks. The presenters will share their perspectives gained across multiple industry sectors when advising clients on how to keep essential business services functioning even in the midst of a major cyber-attack.

    Presented by:
    Stephen Head, CPA, CISSP, CISM, CBCP
    Sr. Manager - Risk Advisory Services
    Experis Finance

    Mike Gerdes
    Director, Information Security Center of Expertise
    Experis US, Inc.

    Jeff Butler
    Director, Risk Advisory Services
    Experis Finance