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Webcast All areas of your business are expected to be responsible for making informed decisions and delivering on their targets.

The trouble is, the growth in data can make it overwhelmingly difficult to find the right information to support the decision.

Naturally, this challenge rests with the IT Department and its ability to sift, organise and deliver the information - or at least the tool-sets - to support these requirements.

Against this backdrop, we're going to discuss the 4 R’s of information management and delivery – right information, right place, right time, right people.

On 8th December at 11am, GMT we’ve got a room of experts to help you work through these challenges. The Register’s Tim Phillips is joined in the studio by independent analyst Andrew Buss and Peter King from Microsoft.

Together they will look at where these challenges have come from, how future developments will crystallise these matters and explore themes including:

  • The Security challenge
  • The effects of Mobility
  • Integrating business information systems
  • Role based access and provisioning
  • Automation and management

We try to make sure you’re going to get value for your time from these events and if you come along with your own questions we’ll do our best to get them answered for you.

If this sounds good, join us here for free. The event is one hour long and should be a beauty. Remember, if you can’t join us live, register now and we’ll email you when the recorded version is available. ®

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