Did you know that despite security measures, more than 46% of companies experienced a data breach last year?
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In 2020, the global economy is expected to shrink 3%, the worst decline since the Great Depression of the 1930s. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused some significant economic challenges businesses must overcome. During a tough economy, it is crucial for businesses to look for ways that increase efficiencies and can reduce costs. In this article for Workflow, our Marketing Manager, Christina Robbins, shares advice on how your organization can successfully navigate this economic decline.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced most the workforce to work from a remote setting and exchange data through the internet making information vulnerable to cyber-attacks. The best way to protect your data from attack, while employees work remote, is by having a data protection strategy and the right technologies in place. In this article, our CEO, HK Bain, shares insights into what technology features you need to securely work from home.
Have you adopted cloud into your business strategy? We’ve been in the cloud biz since 1999, and even though a lot has changed over the years, we’ve learned a few lessons along the way. Read this blog post for 7 reasons you should consider the cloud to optimize your information management strategy.
While offering many benefits, remote work environments typically do not have the same safeguards for data as working in an office does, leaving data vulnerable to potential threats. “86%” of executives believe data breaches are more likely to take place when employees are working remote. The best way to protect against a cyber-attack is by preparing yourself. Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems have the security and collaboration features you need to keep data secure during remote work. This infographic shares the key security features you should look for if you will be teleworking.
With the flood of employees heading home in March due to COVID-19, we were most concerned about quickly enabling remote work. Now that the dust has settled, it’s time to turn our attention to the ongoing need to protect sensitive information regardless of where it’s being accessed. Check out this article from Christina Robbins that can help you identify the critical security features you need to keep data secure.