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Colloquium - Anderson

Enterprise Security
Avanade, Inc.
4/10/2007
6:30pm-7:15pm

In today's information societies, our businesses rely on the free exchange of information between vendors, partners, departments, and individuals in order to ensure that products get sold, services get rendered, customers are contacted, and to process a thousand other functions. As more information traverses our networks, the threat that compromise poses looms ever greater. In systems engineering and software development, our field consultants are always looking for patterns and practices to protect this critical data. In this talk, we will look at some of those engineering and development patterns, how they affect businesses, and how we, as current and future technology implementers, can use every day security considerations to enhance each program and system that we are a part of.

Avanade is a global IT consultancy dedicated to using the Microsoft platform to help enterprises achieve profitable growth. Through proven solutions that extend Microsoft products, Avanade helps enterprises increase revenue, reduce costs, and reinvest in innovation to gain competitive advantage.

We partner with our customers to create new products and services, serve their customers better, streamline operations, and optimize collaboration across all groups and boundaries. Our consultants deliver value according to each customer's requirements, timeline and budget by combining insight, innovation and the talent of our global workforce, which includes an extensive offshore community of Microsoft technology experts.

Our unique connections with Accenture and Microsoft enhance our ability to deliver effective mission-critical solutions for organizations in all industries. A joint venture between Accenture and Microsoft, Avanade was formed to merge the strengths of both companies -- Accenture's consulting and Microsoft's technology expertise -- into a single company.

This talk is sponsored by the Computer Science Department ACM Student Chapter.

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