Webcast: Working With, Storing and Securing Digital Information (CASSDI16)
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When: 10/20/2016
8:30 AM until 4:00 PM
Where: Webcast
United States
Presenter: Karl Egnatoff, CPA

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Acronym CASSDI16
CPE 8 hours
Vendor CalCPA
Level Basic
Yellow Book No
Prerequisite None
Who should attend Accounting and other business professionals who work with electronic content and need to increase the value it provides.
Members $245
CPA Non-Members $375

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The amount of electronic content that business organizations contend with is growing at incredible rates. Terms like Big Data, information overload and business analytics are being used by overwhelmed information workers on a daily basis. This session discusses the places that businesses keep digital information, ranging from legacy hard drives to solid-state drives, all the way to cloud storage. We'll discuss the importance of maintaining, organizing and securing corporate digital data, and ways to achieve high standards in all three areas.


  • Identify vetting and selection processes for cloud storage providers.
  • Recognize the steps to effectively set up and control cloud storage.
  • Determine important tools needed to make electronic content more useful.
  • Recall how to create organizational schematics for digital data.
  • Determine the many benefits of business intelligence applications.


  • Cloud Storage: How to select an appropriate provider.
  • Setting up and controlling cloud storage.
  • The value of electronic content.
  • Tools to make business data more useful.
  • Organizing digital data.
  • Using business intelligence tools to make digital content work for an organization.