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How do you leverage cloud and mobile in an Enterprise Content Management strategy?
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#IBMInsightSeize this MomentHow can you knock down barriers to data access so you can anticipate and respond to opportunity?
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IBM World of Watson
Q3: What file formats do you deal with most?
Aylee Nielsen
.docx .jpg .gif and .png
Dave Vellante
excel and ppt account for maybe 2/3rds for me
Daniel G. Hernandez
My team and I generate, use, read, argue about, and share mostly office file formats, PDFs, and HTML based documents
Dave Vellante
The rest is docs and pix
Phil Simon
.@dvellante I suspect that most people are in the same boat.
Oliver Clark
.docx .psd .png .jpeg . ppt
Daniel G. Hernandez
I use video to learn, video to share what's new in upcoming products, and video to explain how our products & services are used by clients. So video is key and becoming more so
Jeff Kelly
Excel, Word, PPT, Google Docs, Google Sheets, Evernote notes ... the list seems to keep growing and becoming more complicated to deal with
Oren Paikowsky
Broadening the scope, most of the useful information I generate is through mail/instant messages
Jennifer Dennis
Does email count as a file format? That is what I deal with the most.
Daniel G. Hernandez
@jeffreyfkelly See a lot of Evernote use for personal note taking and saving & synching articles across devices. Email remains a major force in enterprise.
Lindsay Malloy
Word, Excel, PPT, Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, Premiere Pro, the list goes on. And I can't look at most of them on my mobile.
Phil Simon
.@ibminsight - in a Web-based world, one can easily share content without proper files.
Daniel G. Hernandez
@OrenPai Thinking about all the wonderful web meetings you hold for information sharing... a content format we often don't talk about.
John Furrier
One file format getting more usage by me is embed codes like iFrames and other API like features like JSON
Tim Crawford
Q3a: What formats BEYOND typical productivity apps?
Lindsay Malloy
Which come to think of it... When is Crowd Chat going to have an app?
John Furrier
@LindsaySkarda App will be out in few months backend for android and iOS completed now need UX design
Craig Brown, Ph.D.
Looks like most of the responses have the common file formats. I would add HTML to the list.
IBM World of Watson
Q1: What would you like to be able to do with documents on your mobile devices that you currently can't?
Dave Vellante
The mobile experience w/ docs is so disjointed
Peter Trapasso
I would LOVE to easily share them to ANY social network.
Daniel G. Hernandez
I want content for all topics I care including those from my teams & products to be with me at all times
John Furrier
no having to have user intervention for loading my apps into secure environements
Phil Simon
.@petertrapasso That's a tough one, especially in the iOS world. These things pop up all the time.
Melanie Ihlefeldt
being able to see key information faster - maybe by highlighted key words that you can enter first
Jeff Kelly
one interface for all my docs regardless of format
Melanie Ihlefeldt
@furrier I think security is going to remain a big issue :/
David Corrigan
find the most relevant documents easily
Dan Morales
I would like to have work-related docs stored on cloud offerings like Dropbox, etc. without worrying about violating corporate security policies.
Susan Visser
I'd need to be connected to a reliable cloud... I'm too good at filling up all the disk space allotted to me!
Franz Dill
Intelligent linking to all relevant other docs, internal and external.
Dan Morales
Perhaps a "corporate secure" feature can be created to satisfy employers. A joint dev effort between orgs and public cloud solutions.
Craig Brown, Ph.D.
These all look like very good incentives to explore
Craig Brown, Ph.D.
Encrypt the documents to the device and be able to share with other authorized users.
Franz Dill
Easy access to threads that link docs and commentary for specific projects/tasks/investigations/explorations
Oren Paikowsky
Get notified when others copy/refer to my documents within theirs, or download/like my documents
Daniel G. Hernandez
@OrenPai Exactly... And notifications on all the devices you use.
Oren Paikowsky
Edit large documents on my phone - still no one has really nailed it. Want to get rid of my laptop!
IBM World of Watson
Q6: Do you or your company have specific security concerns with cloud?
Phil Simon
With or without #cloudcomputing, there is no such thing as complete security, up to and including keeping files in physical locations.
Lindsay Malloy
I definitely don't want to share my #cloud with a hamster... youtu.be/lRJSoYyhQuM
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Tim Crawford
Key: It's important to manage risk, but not use security concerns as a reason to avoid #cloud.
Melanie Ihlefeldt
how will the governments treat data security in the future?
Daniel G. Hernandez
I don't but my company does. That is I don't until my naked cat videos show up on the internet or my super secret product roadmap makes the front page of recode
John Furrier
our business is 100% cloud so we have no perimeter for security so we are blind to any breaches
Daniel G. Hernandez
In other words and joking aside. I care about security when it fails me. I expect my enterprise and personal services to be secure.
John Furrier
quote by FBI there is two types of companies 1) companies who know they were hacked by China and 2) those who don't know they were hacked by China #ITsecurity
Phil Simon
Scary stat of the day: 60% of ATMs run Windows XP. #inertia http://www.computerw...
Most ATMs will remain on Windows XP after Microsoft pulls plug on OS support
More than six out of 10 ATM machines in the country will be running on an obsolete operating system when Microsoft pulls the plug on Windows XP support on April 8, raising serious security and compliance issues for the systems' operators.
Dave Vellante
Security in the cloud imho will ultimately prove to be "better" than the vast majority of on-premise approaches
Aylee Nielsen
What will the authentication techniques of the future look like?
Dave Vellante
But bad security behavior will almost always trump good tech
Jennifer Dennis
@philsimon can my check card # be stolen from an ATM machines that is not secure? Should I ditch the dual purpose card?
Aylee Nielsen
When we think about cloud security we often think about hacks and breaches, but is it possible for a cloud computing company to deny a client access to that client's data?
Craig Brown, Ph.D.
I have not seen any specific restrictions about the usage of apps. However should we be looking at this?
IBM Analytics
Good point >> RT @tcrawford: Key: It's important to manage risk, but not use security concerns as a reason to avoid #cloud. #ibminsight
Dan Morales
Today's cloud providers already have a level of data provisioning built in. Beyond that, for corporate peace of mind, we probably just need auto-encrypting features in the cloud solutions that we use.