In this interview we explore Data Management and E-Discovery in a Mobile Environment. The volume and sensitivity of enterprise data that is being stored on mobile devices has exploded in recent years – especially as smart-phone and tablet technology has evolved. Moreover, a growing number of organizations have BYOD – or Bring Your Own Device – policies in place. For many CIOs these trends (along with cloud adoption) are the foundational elements of the consumerization of IT. While the promise of mobility and the availability of these consumer devices is to introduce higher levels of collaboration that leads to innovation, there are security and compliance issues that need to be addressed when it comes to data management in a mobile, decentralized environment.
About Our Expert
Prior to Co-founding Uppidy, Joshua Konowe boot-strapped two successful, profitable dot-com's (eAgent & BrandClick) with two exits in just over 7 years from 2002-2009.
Joshua graduated with a BA from the University of Kentucky in 1996. He was voted one of the "Top 35 under 35" by Bisnow.com, his second start-up was nominated for hottest boot-strap by the Northern Virginia Tech Council, He is a mentor for The Founder Institute, and he is a graduate of the Mindshare Alumni group, the most influential CEO group on the East Coast with more than 500 successful entrepreneur members. He has guest lectured and been a panel judge for MBA students at several universities including Georgetown.
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