Data and file protection is arguably one of the most important jobs IT pros have, yet it's one of the things they feel least confident about doing properly.
As with many cloud-based file storage providers, Box users have very little control over where and how files are used once they leave the service's environment. Data security vendor Vera announced a set of tools this week that give Box users a high level of control over documents leaving Box's ecosystem.
Technology strategist Krish Kupathil says today's teaching environments should focus on social learning if we want to prepare the emerging workforce for the long haul.
The Office of Government Information Services released a report this month outlining how it thinks the Federal Emergency Management Agency is managing its Freedom of Information Act program. Conclusion: Not too well.
The partnership between OpenText and SAP hybris Solutions helps organizations target their digital assets where they'll do the most good.
Digital workforce vendor harmon.ie rolled out a new tool that unifies all email and documents in a single, central repository instead of relegating them to Exchange and SharePoint, respectively.
Secure file transfer software vendor Globalscape rolled out a newly updated version of EFT Cloud Services with a slew of improvements designed to make file exchange and collaboration more secure. The scalable service comes in three levels of support services: Basic, Standard and Platinum, and works in either a hybrid cloud or virtual environment.
Customer experience management company SandSIV released a white paper earlier this month that takes a look at what happens when organizations overlook the emotional aspect of transactions with their target demographic.
Records managers spend a lot of time noodling around the nuts and bolts of records management, from identifying the best technology to coming up with solid lists of best practices. But what happens when poor records-management leads to poor people-management?
Florida Governor Rick Scott is under fire for a second time with a new round of allegations that his office is withholding emails and other documents surrounding a recently awarded state contract. Government officials claim they're in the clear because the documents contain proprietary information.
Add the U.S. Department of Energy to the list of federal agencies for whom records management isn't high on the list of priorities. A recent report from the Office of Inspector General shows the DOE hasn't bothered to take steps to ensure that the handling of agency-related emails meets federally-mandated requirements.
Livefyre is having a busy week with news of two new and distinct partnerships with Salesforce and Adobe. Each pairing brings benefits to brands interested in upping their content marketing and social engagement game.
Document and data solutions provider Adlib Software unveiled details this week about its new project, Deep Insight. Though the product is still in beta, Adlib executives say the technology will "revolutionize" the way companies work with unstructured content.
There will always be a need for document collaboration tools in the workplace, but for some companies, the real issue is how to access and collaborate on video content. It's an especially sticky problem for organizations with distributed workforces or large businesses that rely on videos as training and sales aids. Allego, a Massachusetts-based startup, believes it has the answer.
Looking for another reason to move toward a paperless office? Here it is. A new survey by Software Advice reveals office workers in paper-based environments lose six or more hours per week searching for documents. Workers in digital offices, however, report virtually no lost time at all.
Do you have a lot of forgotten or unused content kicking around in the dark corners of your content management system? Find it and free it, because letting it languish can cost your company thousands of dollars.
Following the kerfuffle over Hillary Clinton's use of person email for work purposes, the State Department inspector general's office decided to review the email habits of several top U.S. officials. Unfortunately, they haven't been particularly pushy about it and people are beginning to ask why.