By Patty Donovan
On Wednesday, September 25, The Open Group will host a tweet jam looking at a multitude of emerging/converging technology trends and the risks they present to organizations who have already adopted or are looking to adopt them. Most of the technology concepts we’re talking about – Cloud, Big Data, BYOD/BYOS, the Internet of Things, etc – are not new, but organizations are at differing stages of implementation and do not yet fully understand the longer term impact of adoption.
This tweet jam will allow us to explore some of these technologies in more detail and look at how organizations may better prepare against potential risks – whether this is in regards to security, access management, policies, privacy or ROI. As discussed in our previous Open Platform 3.0 tweet jam, new technology trends present many opportunities but can also present business challenges if not managed effectively. [Disclosure: The Open Group is a sponsor of BriefingsDirect podcasts.]
Please join us on Wednesday, September 25 at 9:00 a.m. PT/12:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. BST for a tweet jam that will discuss and debate the issues around technology risks. A number of key areas will be addressed during the discussion including: Big Data, Cloud, Consumerization of IT, the Internet of Things and mobile and social computing with a focus on understanding the key risk priority areas organizations face and ways to mitigate them.
We welcome Open Group members and interested participants from all backgrounds to join the session and interact with our panel thought leaders led by David Lounsbury, CTO and Jim Hietala, VP of Security, from The Open Group. To access the discussion, please follow the #ogChat hashtag during the allotted discussion time.
- Do you feel prepared for the emergence/convergence of IT trends? – Cloud, Big Data, BYOD/BYOS, Internet of things
- Where do you see risks in these technologies? – Cloud, Big Data, BYOD/BYOS, Internet of things
- How does your organization monitor for, measure and manage risks from these technologies?
- Which policies are best at dealing with security risks from technologies? Which are less effective?
- Many new technologies move data out of the enterprise to user devices or cloud services. Can we manage these new risks? How?
- What role do standards, best practices and regulations play in keeping up with risks from these & future technologies?
- Aside from risks caused by individual trends, what is the impact of multiple technology trends converging (Platform 3.0)?
And for those of you who are unfamiliar with tweet jams, here is some background information:
What Is a Tweet Jam?
A tweet jam is a one hour “discussion” hosted on Twitter. The purpose of this tweet jam is to share knowledge and answer questions on emerging/converging technology trends and the risks they present. Each tweet jam is led by a moderator and a dedicated group of experts to keep the discussion flowing. The public (or anyone using Twitter interested in the topic) is encouraged to join the discussion.
Whether you’re a newbie or veteran Twitter user, here are a few tips to keep in mind:
- Have your first #ogChat tweet be a self-introduction: name, affiliation, occupation.
- Start all other tweets with the question number you’re responding to and the #ogChat hashtag.
- Sample: “Big Data presents a large business opportunity, but it is not yet being managed effectively internally – who owns the big data function? #ogchat”
- Please refrain from product or service promotions. The goal of a tweet jam is to encourage an exchange of knowledge and stimulate discussion.
- While this is a professional get-together, we don’t have to be stiff! Informality will not be an issue!
- A tweet jam is akin to a public forum, panel discussion or Town Hall meeting – let’s be focused and thoughtful.
If you have any questions prior to the event or would like to join as a participant, please direct them to Rob Checkal (rob.checkal at hotwirepr.com). We anticipate a lively chat and hope you will be able to join!
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