Tag: data management
What the SolarWinds Hack Tells Us About the State of Cybersecurity
It may take years before the full damage from the SolarWinds hack is known, but it's shown that cybersecurity is a big issue in the business community.
Why Artificial Intelligence May Not Offer the Business Value You Think
While many organizations are rushing to deploy artificial intelligence, there are no guarantees that doing so will help your business. Here's why.
The Advantages of Putting Content Services Platforms in the Cloud
With content and data management now critical in organizations many are turning to cloud-based content services platforms. Here's why.
How Data Analytics Are Gaining Ground During COVID-19
With customers engaging in new ways, many workers remaining at home and supply chains disrupted, data analytics have never been so important.
The Growing Importance of Data Management in the Digital Workplace
If data is the heart of the digital workplace then data management is what makes it tick. Here's why the rise of remote work makes that doubly so.
Collaboration & Productivity
Is Your Business Data Safe in Slack and Microsoft Teams?
With communication and collaboration platforms now a mainstay, enterprise leaders are asking whether their company data is safe in these platforms. Here's why.
Building Digital Resiliency for the Post-COVID World
The real focus of digital transformation efforts should be building digital resiliency for after the pandemic. Here's what organizations can do.
Why Edge Computing and 5G Development Should Happen Together
The evolution of edge computing and 5G are inextricably linked and will continue to be so in the future. Here is why.
How Edge Computing Will Transform the Digital Workplace
Edge computing is rapidly gaining traction. However, many business leaders are unsure what it is and how it can help the bottom line. Here’s why.
Collaboration & Productivity
Overcoming Communication Silos in the Digital Workplace
Take a few simple steps to avoid troublesome communication and security issues. Your data and your employees will thank you.
Why Smart Workplaces Are Emerging In The Enterprise
The last few months have seen the emergence of new ways of working within the digital workplace. Here are the features of the 'smart' workplace.
Why Digital Workplace Growth Will Push Cloud Spending in Coming Years
While spending on most tech will likely to fall in the coming year, the same cannot be said for cloud computing. In fact, it's expected to grow. Here's why.
Why Organizations Need to Build Better Data Management Strategies
Data management is moving to the center of the enterprise as dispersed teams and working becomes widespread, resulting in the need for better data strategies.
Microsoft's Underwater Data Center Makes Environmental Strides
Data centers eat huge amounts of power, which creates environmental problems. However, as Microsoft has recently shown, there are solutions.
Chief Data Officers Share Top Priorities for 2020 and Beyond
The pandemic focused attention on the role of the chief data officer. Here's what they are doing to chart the road ahead.
Chief Data Officer: Blossoming Executive or 'Unsettled Role'?
As data becomes central to business operations, the role and responsibility of the chief data officer grows alongside it.
The Privacy Cookie Crumbles for Oracle and Salesforce in EU, Apple to Restrict Ad Tracking, More News
In this month’s data privacy roundup, Oracle and Salesforce face class action suits in Europe, Apple is looking at cookies, and more news.
Can Europe's Single Data Market Solve the US Data Privacy Challenge?
Europe is preparing a new digital data strategy that could help the US overcome its data privacy challenges. Here’s how.
5 Reasons Why Data Privacy Will Impact Your Bottom Line
Data privacy is not just ‘nice-to-have’ — it’s a key organizational necessity. Here are five reasons why it has an impact on your bottom line.
How Algorithmic Trust Models Can Help Ensure Data Privacy
Organizations are replacing human-based trust models with algorithmic ones to ensure data privacy and security. Here's why.