Security challenges of connecting & collaborating with Microsoft™ SharePoint®

Phil Tidmarsh, CA Technologies; Christian Dalsgaard, INTRA; Geoff Evelyn, Afren
Security challenges of connecting & collaborating with Microsoft™ SharePoint®: Addressing the risks associated with information sharing within and beyond the enterprise.

As organizations seek to grow their business and create new revenue streams, they need to be able to connect and collaborate with a highly distributed group of employees and business partners around the globe to enable efficient sharing of critical business information.

SharePoint is a predominant collaboration solution used across many European enterprises. However, concerns about how to leverage SharePoint whilst also managing risk are increasing as the practice of storing sensitive data and documents in SharePoint becomes more common amongst larger and more diverse user bases.

This document-centric nature presents many unique challenges as documents are dynamic and often hide sensitive data within. Securing SharePoint often requires coordination between multiple controls and processes depending on the customer’s unique environment.

This webcast provides expert insight into the challenges associated with managing a SharePoint environment and advice about how to address this complexity including:

•How to provide access to SharePoint both within and outside of your environment
•Managing content security in a dynamic environment
•Addressing the challenges of providing access from mobile devices

Speakers:
Phil Tidmarsh, Vice President, Engineering Services at CA Technologies
Christian Dalsgaard, Senior SharePoint Consultant, INTRA
Geoff Evelyn, SharePoint Architect, Afren
Jun 20 2012
44 mins
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