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IBSMA is thrilled to welcome back Adobe’s Richard Atkinson, worldwide director for compliance and anti-piracy, to the Compliance Manager Summit, March 8, in San Francisco. Event details
Join us to learn from Richard’s expertise on license and compliance management in his session, Adobe Leading Again on Cloud and Compliance. Learn why Adobe is closing down the majority of its long-running customer compliance programs in favor of improving customer relationships.
This move is the latest in Adobe's overall strategy to deemphasize compliance and push toward a customer-focused, and a product- and data-driven sales model. Does this approach increase compliance and boost revenue? Join us to learn more about this groundbreaking philosophical shift and whether it might work for your organization.
Richard will also take part in the Summit’s most powerful and popular session: the compliance trend panel discussion. This year, our panel tackles the topic, How Can We Audit the Cloud?. From SaaS to IaaS, Amazon Cloud to Citrix and VMware, what are the new challenges every software company compliance manager should know? How can we best audit these new environments?
These are just two of the cutting-edge sessions at this year’s Compliance Manager Summit. Access the full agenda online.
Hurry, early-bird registration discount ends Jan. 31. Register Don't miss this fourth annual gathering of software company compliance specialists from around the world. The Compliance Manager Summit delivers more insights into the trends, challenges and strategies facing software compliance managers today than any other event.
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