We know that effective online training programs can be a competitive advantage. Learning and development can also improve employee’s skill set and increase worker productivity. The strongest customer training programs can also be revenue generators. The incredible value of training is now easily understood at the highest level of any organization.
As we progress through the education system, we find ourselves honing in on topics or skills that we enjoy and excel at. This, in turn, leads us into our chosen careers and to organizations where each team member brings certain skill sets, experience and qualifications that all go towards shaping successful organizations.
While focusing on day-to-day work, in any environment, whether that is finance, marketing, creativity, sales or customer service, it is also important to be aware that knowledge on security and information is required across all departments, to ensure organizations are kept safe and secure.
As millennials take over the global workforce by leveraging learning technologies, digitizing business processes and transforming how business is conducted, it is important to recognize the cybersecurity implications and challenges that come along with today’s digital native and content sharing generation.
A chief information security officer (CISO) at an organization with 50,000 employees is asked, “How many employees do you have helping you secure big data?”
Successful organizations understand the importance of leveraging different learning technologies to meet the growing demands of today’s tech-savvy workforce by providing instant access to information at the moment of need. The prevalence of smartphones and tablets has become an intrinsic part of our daily life, in terms of how we consume and process information. With the influx of millennials in the global marketplace learning at the speed of search, it is time, not only to provide just-in-time learning experiences, but also to create effective BYOD policies that promote efficiency, adaptability and security.
It’s a bold claim to make, but Larry Ellison, executive chairman and CTO at Oracle, is confident in what’s on the horizon for Oracle’s Cloud Platform.
Only a few days after Dell and EMC finalized their merge to Dell Technologies Inc., OpenText Corporation, an Ontario-based enterprise information management company, announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Dell EMC’s Enterprise Content Division (ECD) including Documentum, InfoArchive and LEAP products, for $1.62 billion, according to a press release today.
It isn’t very often you witness major tech rivals band together to support a specific cause. However, when it comes to security and the right to defend their customers’ fundamental privacy rights, it becomes a collective mission.
Sitting at home under three over-stuffed blankets from Mom, warm drink in hand, staring at an unopened box of Pop-Tarts on the kitchen counter, I (like most of the Northeast) am in full winter storm mode. Thanks to Winter Storm Juno, yesterday looked to be a great day for some businesses. Grocery stores were packed, liquor stores had empty shelves and gas stations had piles of cars lined up for gas that wouldn’t be able to be legally used the next day. Today, snow removal services will be working all day and getting some pretty good money, but winter storms hit most businesses hard. Here are three ways that snow days can cause serious issues for businesses:
The Current State of File Security
The current state of file security is taking a hit as a result of cloud-based, consumer file sharing solutions and a growing trend towards BYOD work environments. As it stands, your organization’s IP and other sensitive data is anything but secure. You know it, and you know that the current system needs an upgrade.
Your company has a lot of employees, all using different devices to access company data at different times and places. If you’re the person in charge of keeping that data secure, this is obviously presenting a real challenge.
Your employees, contractors and vendors are using their smartphones, tablets and other personal devices to share and collaborate on all types of files – from PDFs, Word docs and videos, to PowerPoint decks filled with your company’s precious IP.
The BYOD trend is here and appears to only be moving in the direction of widespread adoption, so if you’re the person responsible for content security and secure file sharing at your organization – you definitely need to register for the June 11th webinar.
We’ll be discussing upcoming trends and challenges in the secure file sharing space at the enterprise level, as well as solutions built to integrate seamlessly into whatever workflows your customers and team members are already accustomed to using.