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Hearing the latest on Oracle licensing from Oracle itself is always a highlight of the Compliance Manager Summit. We welcome back to our stage, Jonathan Koop, head of Oracle License Management Services, to present Oracle's Evolving Approach to License Compliance and Customer Engagement, March 8 in San Francisco.
Join us to learn from Jonathan how Oracle is facing some big shifts in 2016. From the cloud to social media to business models we haven’t even thought of yet, software compliance managers’ ability to adapt may be their most valuable skill.
The evolution of the cloud is definitely the most significant hurdle software publishers will face in 2016, says Koop who is expecting the unexpected in the cloud. He maintains that Uber-like disruptions and challenges to traditional license models—even traditional cloud models—are on the way.
“I don’t think there are many vendors or publishers at this point that have a really solidified cloud strategy,” Koop told IBSMA. “There’s still a lot of ambiguity about how the cloud affects interaction with on-premise or working with hosting and third parties, plus, add in regulation, data security and privacy issues, and it’s getting pretty complex.”
Jonathan will also take part in the Summit’s compliance trend panel discussion: How Can We Audit the Cloud? From SaaS to IaaS, Amazon Cloud to Citrix and VMware, what are the new challenges every 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.
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