Better ways to collaborate
Create transformative innovation
Optimise your IT

Using clouds and shadows to drive IT innovation

  • Time
    58 mins
  • Date
    Recorded March 25th 2015

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The rise of ‘Shadow IT’ in organisations can present new challenges and leave technology departments feeling like they’re losing control of IT. Users in all roles and functions are pushing innovation through their adoption of cloud services that bring efficiencies, improved collaboration, and enable them to perform their jobs more effectively. But, if left unregulated and unmonitored, shadow IT can expose your business to serious security risks.

Our security and cloud experts will answer your questions about the myths and realities of shadow IT, as well as share experiences and insights about best practices that will help organisations confidently unlock the benefits of cloud computing. 

  • Learn how to use new software to collaborate without losing control of your information
  • Connect with security experts to get your questions answered
  • Learn about cutting edge software that can transform how you connect with your customers

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Rehan Jalil
CEO Elastica

Rehan enjoys building products that make a difference and in the process he has built companies. Previously, he built Wichorus (acquired for $180M) from ground up and led it to outcompete large incumbent vendors for wide customer adoption. Elastica is the leader in Data Science Powered™ Cloud Application Security. Its CloudSOC™ platform empowers the companies to confidently leverage Cloud and SaaS applications while staying safe, secure and compliant.

Danny Ristevski
General Manager, Security Practice Telstra

Danny Ristevski has a broad experience in the Telecommunications and IT industry with senior roles in Technology Management, Architecture and Solution Design and Product Strategy with over 14 years of experience. He commenced his career as a network engineer, before transitioning to business development and sales, then moving into cross company portfolio leadership positions, both in technology and service provider sectors of the market.

Justin Cleveland (Moderator)
Virtual Events Host Telstra

Justin Cleveland is the Virtual Events Host for Telstra Business’s Managed Marketing department. He has experience in media as a radio and television personality, coordinating media relations for a legislative branch of government, and running a non-profit industry trade organisation.

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