Organizing, sharing, and managing expanding repositories of digital documents is a constant headache for information management professionals and business leaders. But with Microsoft’s powerful SharePoint platform on your side, finding, storing, sharing, and updating files is easy and intuitive.
The International Data Corporation (IDC) has predicted that by the end of 2020, 72.3% of the total US workforce will be working via mobile. This comes as no surprise. Mobile devices, laptops, high-speed internet, and the cloud are allowing companies to reap the benefits of working on the go.
Protecting healthcare data from a breach is a juggling act. You have to balance ensuring quality patient care and providing measures that protect patient privacy and comply with HIPAA and other strict regulations, such as the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Patient records are valuable to criminals, and data breaches can lead to many dire consequences.
Network security is of utmost importance to businesses today. The landscape of security threats grows more dangerous as data breaches become commonplace and more malware and threat actors are developed by the day. To give you an idea, there is an attack made by a hacker every 39 seconds.
For the past few years, the number of businesses adopting cloud technology has been soaring. According to a recent survey, 93% of organizations today are using cloud services while 70% have already adopted a cloud-based infrastructure to modernize traditional IT setups like on-premises software.
Given the sensitive nature of legal work and the requirements to maintain client confidentiality amidst rampant cyberthreats, data security is a must-have for all law firms. For one, any law firm that consistently secures client data will be in a much better position to serve its clients.
Technology has dramatically changed legal work. E-discovery software now does the tasks once handled by new associates, and tools for contract management, document automation, eBilling, IP protection, practice management, risk and compliance, and so on have automated many functions within legal offices.
Business computing infrastructures are more complex than ever as companies migrate to the cloud and collect data from various sources. IT departments often find themselves overburdened as they try to manage all that data into a single, cohesive environment.
More businesses are relying on the cloud to store their data and applications, but this also exposes them to a raft of cybersecurity risks. The only way to mitigate these risks to conduct regular network security assessments.
A network security assessment is a complete evaluation of your organization’s IT system or infrastructure.
The business benefits of the cloud are undeniable: dramatically reduced costs, improved resiliency, workforce mobility, and on-demand access to a practically limitless pool of computing resources. But despite all the hype, the cloud isn’t perfect.
Security is often overlooked when migrating business operations over to the cloud, especially since you’re entrusting your data to major service providers like Amazon, Google, and Microsoft.