Tag: security

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Digital Workplace

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.

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Digital Workplace

Tech Giants Postpone Return to Workplace, FileCloud Steps Security up & More News

Big tech companies postpone the return to the workplace, Qualtrics measures employee experience, FileCloud focuses on security and more news.

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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

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?

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Information Management

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.

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Digital Workplace

Dropbox Builds Studios for Remote Work, Microsoft May Buy RiskIQ, More News

Microsoft aims to secure its products from attack, Dropbox expands its remote digital workplace strategy, Skedulo raises a new funding round and more news.

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Digital Workplace

How to Support BYOD in the Remote and Hybrid Workplace

The hybrid work model is upending how we think about work. Don't let your proprietary data and information security be a casualty of the increased flexibility.

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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

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

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

Why You Need to Protect Enterprise Social Networks From Attack

Collaboration platforms are enabling organizations to work remotely. But they also offer attackers new ways into the enterprise network. Here's what to do.

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Information Management

If You Want Your Software to Succeed, Don't Build Sports Cars Without the Roads

Companies often treat non-functional requirements and system design as an afterthought, overlooking essentials like security, monitoring and scaling.

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Information Management

So Many Breaches, So Little Proactive Action

Companies cannot rely on quickly aging security tactics to keep sensitive information protected. A proactive approach is the way forward.

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Digital Workplace

Zoom's New Research on Remote Work, Box Cozies Up to Microsoft Teams & More News

In this newsbyte, Zoom eyes the return to the physical workplace, Box and Microsoft deepen their partnership for Teams, Fuze protects Teams data and more.

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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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Digital Workplace

Box Makes Cloud Content Migration Faster, DOJ Questions Salesforce’s Slack Buy & More News

Box makes migration easier, the Slack acquisition is under scrutiny, Microsoft unveils a new Office & Trend Micro identifies a file sharing flaw.

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Information 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.

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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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Information Management

Why You Need a Plan for Content Security in Microsoft 365

Microsoft 365 has a ton of great applications, all with their own security implications.