Tag: information management
How Baseline Security Practices Could Have Prevented Recent Cloud Attacks
The recent attack on enterprise infrastructure underlines how important baseline security measures really are.
How Remote Work Leaders Should Respond to a Service Outage
When Facebook went down earlier this month, it was a reminder to businesses of all sizes to have a plan in place to deal with a service outage.
Enterprise Data Security Still Has a Long Way to Go
Despite many warnings, new research from Microsoft shows a large number of enterprises are still not securing their data as they should.
AI Is Changing How We Handle Documents
The old ways of document processing and dealing with paper no longer work for modern businesses.
Blockchain's Promise for Enterprise Content Management
More collaboration is needed between the document management and blockchain communities to develop and standardize blockchain tech for practical applications.
BetterCloud and VMware Partner to Improve Employee Experience
BetterCloud, a SaaS platform provider, announced this week it has partnered with VMware to improve security and automation to empower today's remote workforce.
Information Governance Requires Speaking the Same Language
When documenting the details of an information governance program, five different people will read the same sentence and see five different meanings.
Are We Finally Headed to a Paperless Office?
Without access to the office printer, are we finally making the long-predicted move to the paperless office?
Glean's New Work Assistant Aims to Solve Enterprise Search
The California-based startup emerged from stealth last week with $55 million in funding to debut their new work assistant.
Why Shadow IT Is Your Best Friend in the Digital Workplace
Rather than preemptively banning all shadow IT, businesses should see it as a testing grounds and a signal of employee pain points.
What Does the Future Hold for ERP?
ERP has come a long way since the '90s. With the recent introduction of AI to the systems, it's worthwhile to take a step back and review that history.
Amazon, Microsoft, Google Are Top Cloud Providers, But That May Not Always Be
While it's clear that AWS, Microsoft and Google are dominating the cloud space, there are no guarantees that this will always be the case. Here's why.
Now Is the Time to Be Strategic With Content Management
Following a year when content management solutions were hastily slapped in place, now's the time to assess the state of content management in your organization.
Why US Businesses Are Adopting a Zero Trust Model With Technology
In response to the growing number of cyberattacks, the U.S. is developing a zero trust technology strategy in conjunction with the private sector. Here's why.
Power Apps Issues Remind Us of the Need for Low-Code and No-Code Governance
UpGuard found a flaw in Microsoft Power Apps default permissions which resulted in the exposure of 38M online records. Let's talk low-code governance, shall we?
Here's Where to Start With Your Information Security Program
How do you prioritize data protection at a time of evaporating perimeters, widespread data access, and the misguided idea that “more is better” with data?
Knowledge & Findability
Can Enterprise Search Be Reduced to Two Dimensions?
Analyst firms that present enterprise search vendor assessments in two dimensions belie the complexity involved in enterprise search.
How the Industrial IoT Is Making the Workplace More Productive
The IIoT is becoming a key part of the digital workplace and many vectors are turning to it to make workers more productive. Here's how.
The Long-Term Impacts of Ongoing Technical Debt
Technical debt's repercussions can reverberate throughout a business, creating long-term issues. And let's be clear: we're not just talking about code here.
Why AutoML Is Emerging as a Key Digital Workplace Technology
As AI is gaining traction in the enterprise so too is AutoML, or automated machine learning. Here's is how it's adding value to the process.