Giving your Playbook to the Other Team: The Pitfalls of Unsecured Digital Documents

Posted by Pam Foley

docuserve_giving_away_the_playbookOver the last few years, I have seen dozens of conversations in professional training forums about content delivery strategy, including what formats are most effective, how these formats can be secured, and what is required to deliver them.

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Topics: Secure Content

Secure Digital Content: How It's Done

Posted by Pam Foley

secure_document_deliveryA few weeks ago, I surveyed a technical writing group on LinkedIn about the importance of security for technical publications and received feedback from more than a dozen industry professionals on this issue. Unilaterally, the responses were in the affirmative. 

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Topics: Secure Content

BYOD – do you know where your content is?

Posted by Kevin Flanigan

BYOD

When employees improperly use mobile devices, they put their companies at risk for data breaches. This includes leaving lots of sensitive data on the devices—which can pave the way to leakage of data, plus other issues.

Mobile device use in workplaces is increasing—and so are the associated security risks. Current security measures are lagging behind the increased rate of mobile device use in the corporate realm.

One study not only showed that a lot of company information was left on handsets, but personal information as well was left on, putting employees at risk for personal compromises.

This small study demonstrates a clear need for improved guidelines and policies governing smartphone use and security of the devices. This becomes even more relevant as businesses turn more to cloud storage for data.

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Topics: Secure Content

Eyes on your own paper! Controlled collaboration.

Posted by Kevin Flanigan

Controlled collaborative methods - Getting it done!

controlled collaboration, secured sharing

As children most of us remember being told to keep our eyes on our own work or paper.   Do not copy someone else’s work.  Not many of us were taught to collaborate.  In some cases it was deemed cheating, and asking for help was a sign of intellectual weakness.  Working together doesn’t always come easy.  Some of us like to work alone,  I often find myself thinking it’s faster to do it myself rather than have to explain what needs to be done.  However I’ve learned the benefits of working collaboratively. Shared ownership of the tasks at hand, result in a better end product, need more?   The success of social media marketing is a great example of how the many working together, sharing information provides tremendous, measurable result.

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“Alone we can do so little;
together we can do so much” 

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Lead, Follow or be Left Behind! Secure Digital Content Delivery Services.

Posted by Kevin Flanigan

Asecure digital content delivery systemst a recent quarterly Business Review with one of our top print customers we did what would have been the unthinkable just a few years ago; we presented the benefits of moving their content to the cloud and to digital media.  Cloud based content is a reality and will soon be the preferred method of distributing content.   Similar to the way desktop publishing came on the scene changing forever the way pages were made up and designed, so will cloud based publishing and distribution.  It's your choice. Will you lead, follow, or be left behind.  Failure to act will result in the loss of customers as they pursue Secure Digital Content Delivery Services. 

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