Cloud Computing as a general term encompasses many new technologies. But that is not to say that significant pre-existing Laws and International Legal Concepts are not applicable to it. That application can produce significant commercial advantage for the informed; but also a tremendous loss of revenue, goodwill and reputation for the ill-informed. Cloud Computing Law cannot be ignored or avoided. Compliance with it is the only way forward for organizations whether they are Cloud Services Users, Providers or Developers.
Join SAP and world leading legal authority, Dr. Brian Bandey, to learn exactly what Cloud Computing Law is and how it works. Discover what Laws are relevant and how they apply across the world from US to EU to APAC. In addition, understand the risks involved and be informed how those risks are to be avoided in a fashion that is both accessible and focused on real Cloud technologies and real-life situations.
New Capabilities in the Latest Hyper-V 2012 R2
Hyper-V is the up and coming player in the HyperVisor marketplace and the reason is that it just keeps getting better and better. In this session we will talk about some of the new capabilities of Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012 R2.
Sponsored by Veeam
Technology and Trends: See How Wynn Resorts Transformed Their Information Governance Strategy With Data Classification
Today, 80% of data is unstructured, and it's doubling every two years. Your organization's unstructured information is comprised of emails, documents, and other file types, and is saved to computers, mobile devices, the cloud, everywhere. So how do you go about securing your most important electronically stored information (ESI), mitigating risk, controlling costs, and reducing data loss if you don't know what data you have and where it is?
Sponsored by Titus
Server-Side Flash Storage for Oracle RAC
In this eSeminar, you will learn how to leverage Oracle's own Automatic Storage Management capabilities to build a highly available primary storage platform using PCIe flash cards inside the database servers themselves and avoid the costs and performance bottlenecks of external storage.
Sponsored by HGST