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From Compliance to Information Governance: Reducing Costs and Improving Security for Organisations

By Paul Hampton, Director of Product Marketing, Alfresco Businesses are increasingly concerned about compliance with the myriad standards, agreements, regulations, legislation and mandates governing their industries.  But compliance is simply a ticking of a box.  Software standards met – check.  Licensing agreement honoured – check.  Record’s management mandate met – check. Organisations should instead focus […]

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Alfresco Makes Managing Classified Content Easier

Leading open-source Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and Business Process Management (BPM) solution providers, Alfresco Software, have announced the latest improvements to their Alfresco Records Management solution that increases security and simplifies the management of classified content, especially for large-scale deployments such as government agencies. Alfresco Records Management 2.4 is the only open-source solution that is certified […]

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Companies Do Not Have Adequate Data Privacy Tools

According to a TechValidate survey on behalf of ForgeRock, a leading open platform provider of identity management solutions, released this week, an incredible 91% of companies don’t have sufficient data privacy and consent tools.  In addition, 95% of respondents to the survey said that at C-level the concern about personal data privacy and their ability to manage, control […]

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CA Technologies Adds Breach Prevention Capabilities to Control Privileged User Access

CA Technologies this week announced the release of new products in their identity-centric security portfolio designed to protect and enable the hybrid enterprise, from cloud, distributed and mobile to mainframe. The new release of CA Privileged Access Manager aids in the control of privileged user access to VMware NSX environments, whilst new updates to their […]

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Does your MPS Provider Bring a Security Mindset?

Guest article by Darren Cassidy, Managing Director of Xerox UK Endpoints have a habit of popping up unexpectedly, usually just when you think you’re getting control over the security risks within your enterprise.  Your network nodes – the PCs, the servers – need protection but who thinks about the vulnerability of your multifunctional printers (MFPs)?  […]

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Standard Life deploys MobileIron for Enterprise Mobility

The UK-based Standard Life Group who specialise in savings and investments has announced the deployment of solutions from MobileIron and Deutsche Telekom in order to improve their enterprise mobility, delivering the necessary compliance and security for regulated financial services the company provides and increasing employee productivity. Using MobileIron’s AppConnect framework together with Deutsche Telekom’s infrastructure to secure their enterprise applications, the […]

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Could Legislation and Regulation Slow Down Technology Adoption?

By Tobias Manolo As the economy improves and businesses are finally feeling confident enough to start thinking of the future, about innovation, growth, expansion and investment, governments and regulators issue yet more legislation that organisations have to adhere to, all of which takes up those valuable resources which would have been put towards improving the […]

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So You want to Establish a Data Management Department?

By Allie Philpin Back in January, we reported the rise of the CDO – that’s Chief Data Officer – employed to manage an organisation’s data, analyse it, and report the useful information gathered from that data.  Trouble is, the growth of data channelling its way into organisations has grown considerably more and it’s taking more […]

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Storing Electronic Information Long Term could be Risky

By Allie Philpin You could be forgiven for thinking that electronic information can be stored indefinitely; however, it now seems that storing electronic information passively could turn out to be not only wasteful, but also a high risk decision.  So, why do we store information long term without doing anything with it; and how can […]

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A Seat on the Board for More Compliance Officers, Says Survey

By Allie Philpin Compliance officers, along with those employees concerned with regulatory and ethics issues have risen amongst the ranks recently, with many having the kudos of a seat on the board, so says a recent survey from the HCCA (Health Care Compliance Association) and SCCE (Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics).  According to the […]

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