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Guard against fraud and comply with regulations 
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Drowning in Emails? Top Tips to Manage Them Like a Pro

As organizations strive to digitalize the workplace, there is great value on getting the right information at the right time -- including with emails. Whether you want to manage emails right within the email client or at the server level with rules based email management, email management is a best practice more organizations need to implement. Join us to learn some best practices on how to achieve this.

Data Privacy – Solving Negligence, Bad Practices, Access Control, and Compliance Issues

There’s no denying that data leaks and breaches are a threat. According to recent AIIM research, a large majority of data loss or exposure is not due to hacking or malicious attacks but due to staff negligence, bad practices, or unauthorized access. So how can you share your sensitive data and information to the intended recipients outside your firewalls safely and securely – and in a compliant manner?  In this webinar, we’ll outline the top data privacy threats to your internal operations and how they can be solved. We’ll discuss best practices such as: monitoring who is reading and accessing your sensitive documents; understanding and incorporating any regulatory compliance requirements vital to your organization’s operation; and handling sensitive data well while maintaining focus on your core business. We’ll also identify some of the biggest mistakes companies make when making decisions about securing sensitive data – and show you how to correct them.

GDPR Compliance - We're All Going to Be Fine(d)

eBook

To ensure that your countdown to GDPR ends in celebration rather than disaster, download this Free eBook to explore a proactive approach to GDPR.

Learn about, new company responsibilities under GDPR regulations, the threat of noncompliance consequences and how to build a compliancy framework.

Moving Beyond Good Intentions – How to Make Governance a Reality

Tip Sheet

It's no longer a valid excuse to just say information governance is just too darn difficult. We need to make information governance a reality in your organization. I've put together this FREE tip sheet to help you out. Download it and learn about 4 tips to get you on your way. Remember, Governance is not about perfection; it’s about managing and mitigating risk, and creating defensible processes.

Minimize Business Risk: Top 5 Information Governance Obstacles You Must Tackle Now

eBook

In this eBook, we look at the top 5 information governance obstacles you must tackle and present some ways to address how your business can make some changes to move forward with your IG program.

Data Privacy – Learn What It Takes to Protect Your Information

According to recent AIIM research, 31% feel their companies’ data protection is insufficient when it comes to protecting confidential and sensitive information. In this webinar, we will take a close look at what it takes to prepare for all kinds of data privacy regulations – to learn how to protect your data in order to be compliant with regulators or for healthy business practices in general. We will discuss ways to identify the data you have; store what you need, and defensibly delete what you don’t – or when you need; and encrypt the data you want to keep – and keep it secure.

3 Keys to Your GDPR Compliance Strategy

Tip Sheet

A new set of European rules and standards related to privacy and data protection (the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR) has set in motion a mad compliance scramble not for European companies, but for any company doing business in Europe or with European customers. The regulation codifies many privacy rights and creates an explicit obligation to the controller as well as the processor to be able to demonstrate their compliance to the GDPR. The clock is ticking – the regulation goes into effect in May next year, and the potential penalties for non-compliance are significant (up to 4% of the total worldwide annual turnover). So what does this mean? Find out in our new Tip Sheet -- Three Keys to Your GDPR Compliance Strategy

4 Guaranteed Ways to Create a File Migration Mess

Tip Sheet

Rapid technology change in the information management space is creating a fundamental tension for organizations. On the one hand, as organizations make their plans for the next 18-24 months, they can clearly see the attractiveness of cloud content management solutions and the imperative of making these solutions are more important part of their infrastructure. On the other hand, they likely have older legacy ECM systems - likely multiple systems - performing critical functions that can't just be turned off without suffering lots of business disruption. Find out more in this Tip Sheet.

ECM - Reports of My Death Are Greatly Exaggerated

John Mancini

Gartner: “ECM is now dead (kaput, finite, an ex-market name), at least in how Gartner defines the market. It’s been replaced by the term Content Services.”

What is happening in the enterprise IT space – and how is it impacting content management?

The Next Wave - From ECM to Intelligent Information Management

eBook

The past 12 months have certainly been crazy ones for content management. In December, Gartner put this fitting capstone on the year. Gartner: ECM is now dead (kaput, finite, an ex-market name), at least in how Gartner defines the market. It's been replaced by the term Content Services. So is "Content Services" really all there is? Is "ECM" really dead? The term might be straining a bit, but the idea isn't. We think the conversation is a bit more complicated (and to be fair, so does Gartner). So what comes next? Find out more in our new eBook, THE NEXT WAVE: Moving from ECM to Intelligent Information Management.
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