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Digital Workplace

Why Email Security Remains a Problem and How to Mitigate the Risk

Despite widespread awareness of increasing cyberattacks, insufficient email security remains one of the biggest vulnerabilities.

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Information Management

AI Governance Is a Challenge That Can't Be Ignored

As business finds increasing uses for AI, developing a model for governance of the data will be critical to staying on the right side of regulation.

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Information Management

How Far Are We From a Passwordless Future?

Apple, Google and Microsoft have all agreed to extend their support for FIDO authentication standards. Here's what that means for the enterprise.

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Information Management

Why Regulating AI Is Going to Be a Challenge

The US government formed a high-powered committee to oversee the ethical development of AI. But regulation is going to be difficult. Here's why.

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Information Management

How Security Technology Enables the Digital Workplace

With the hybrid work model likely to become more common in the future, there are major security issues that will need to be overcome.

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Digital Workplace

Microsoft Lays Out Teams Reliability Principles, BlueJeans Boosts Mobile Conferencing, More News

Microsoft focuses on Teams uptime, BlueJeans improves video conferencing on mobile devices, Kurmi moves to the cloud and more digital workplace news.

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Information Management

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.

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Information Management

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.

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Information Management

Protecting Data Against the Rising Tide of Ransomware

The number of ransomware attacks is on the rise. Here's what enterprises can do to minimize their exposure.

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Information Management

Is a Single Source of Data the Way Forward for Data Governance

With more data entering the enterprise, business leaders are looking at new ways to keep it under control. One way is through creating a single source of data.

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Information Management

How Security Concerns Are Holding Back the Industrial Internet of Things

The IIoT has the potential to create competitive advantage for organizations, but its development is hindered by a number of issues, particularly security.

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Information Management

Microsoft Exchange Attack Underlines How Vulnerable Your Organizational Data Is

The attack on Microsoft Exchange has had global repercussions, although the full extent of the damage is still unclear.

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Information Management

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.

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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

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.