On July 29, 2017 the widely used credit reporting agency Equifax suffered a massive data security breach. Nearly 143 million Americans may be affected as a result of the breach, and vulnerable to identity theft. The breach exposed highly sensitive information including social security numbers, phone numbers, birthdays, addresses, and credit card numbers among other information.
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None of us would leave our business at the end of the day without locking the doors and setting the alarms. We know that if something were to happen to our premises, the results would be detrimental and costly.
The same goes for business data. If data were to be hacked, stolen, or compromised in any way, the consequences would be damaging—from business downtime to loss of revenue to lack of regulatory compliance.
Whether it’s editing a contract, approving a document, or accessing shared files, your team relies on some level of collaboration every day.The bad news is that most workplaces aren't great at organizing files and business content for optimal collaboration. The problem can go from inconvenient—files names that are all over the place, for example—to downright frustrating, like when the document you need is locked in a filing cabinet at the office, but you’re working from home.
Untangling this mess may seem daunting, but there are a few straightforward steps you can take to get your business files under control and boost productivity.