Traditional corporate information is stored in highly secure repositories within enterprise boundaries. New forms of data are being created in emerging mediums such as blogs and wikis. Cloud computing and network-based systems offer new venues for processing and storage.
The Big Question
What are good ways to balance the potential productivity advantages of open collaborative computing versus the data security needs of the organization? Consider several examples:
Does having access to social media make you more productive? Is it secure?
Is having access to raw corporate data more productive than secure, specialized tools?
Does IT need more control or less? What new tools and/or methods are required, supporting a more open environment?
These questions may never see wide consensus and the decision is crucial to every CIO. We will use your feedback for IT analysis.
Make Your Opinion Heard
Become one of the first to test MIT's new collective intelligence tool called Deliberatorium. Join the fun in two simple steps:
1. Create your account and log in to the MIT Deliberatorium
2. Add your perspective to the discussion
View, rate or comment other author's posts using pros & cons
Add your own ideas for new solutions and issues
This discussion topic will be available until September 29, 2008, and then results will be shared on Intel.com. Feel free to forward this invite to any interested parties.
It's Cool to Argue
Research shows that a large group of diverse individuals tends to get the right answer because they bring different perspectives into the discussion. Help Intel and MIT learn more by participating in this web-based argument.
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