InFocus Weekly Roundup: “As in life, we collect things and at some point we become burdened by the very same things we have collected.” JP Morgenthal describes the function of chargeback and showback models as Feng Shui for your compute environment.
Welcome to our newest blogger, Rachel Haines, who leads EMC Consulting’s Data Governance and Data Quality practice. She explains that Data Profiling and Data Discovery are not synonyms. Yo Delmar, who blogs about governance, risk and compliance, covers risk appetite formulation and explains why it’s important for executive managers to sharpen this important skill.
Yo shares an announcement of the EMC GRC Eco-system online forum. The RSA Archer Community and Exchange is part of EMC’s ecosystem of communities (ECN) and provides an active user community and an online exchange of applications, content, services, and integrations.
Across EMC we are getting ready to “wow” our customers and partners at EMC World. 10 InFocus bloggers will join thousands of IT leaders in Las Vegas, May 21st through 24th. Blogger Mark Browne, Community Manager for the ECN Support Forums, shares some of what is planned at EMC World for Services Online Support, including Customer Council members answering questions live and online.
If you’re active in the EMC Community Network, share your favorite community with InFocus readers. Attending EMC World? Be on the lookout for InFocus bloggers – or post a question for the bloggers to answer (streamed live) from the show floor.