Tag: privacy

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Digital Workplace

It's Time to Take Another Look at Employee Monitoring

Evidence points to rising surveillance in the remote workplace. Before going further, employers should take a step back and consider what employees think.

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Information Management

Balancing the Opportunities and Risks of Machine Learning

Machine learning-based systems bring the potential for business growth, but also carry some challenges and risks. Being aware of the latter is the first step.

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Information Management

How to Protect Employee Privacy and Ensure Data Security With a Remote Workforce

Now that remote work is mainstream, companies and employees alike need to review their approach to employee privacy and data security.

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Information Management

Why Incognito Browsing Data Is Not Really Incognito At All

Google is back in court again, this time in a $5 billion class action suit over claims it is harvesting personal data even when users are in incognito mode.

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Information Management

How to Ensure Data Privacy in the Digital Workplace

Data privacy day is a good time to reexamine your data practices to ensure sensitive and personal information is secure. These best practices can help.

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Digital Workplace

Zoom Gains Ground in Telephony, Microsoft Adds Video Features to Teams & More News

In this week's Workplace Newsbyte, Zoom grows in the telephony space, Microsoft improves its video conferencing capabilities, Zoho takes on WhatsApp and more.

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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.

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Digital Workplace

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.

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Information Management

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.

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Information Management

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.

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Information Management

How Organizations Can Manage the Confusion After US Privacy Shield Fails

Companies are already looking at other mechanisms to transfer data to the U.S. Those that fail to protect data face stiff penalties.

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Information Management

Employee Data Surge Means Increased Privacy Risks

Forrester reports employee data is rising, leading to greater risks. Here's what you can do about it.

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Information Management

What We Can Learn From Zoom's Privacy Problems

With more workers now using video-conferencing services, there is a lot to be learned from Zoom’s privacy problems. Here is what is at stake.