CollaboristaBlog Roundup October 31
Welcome to your weekly guide on interesting data sharing, security, and privacy updates. This week features file sharing mistakes and security for lawyers.
31 October 2014
Welcome to your weekly guide on the most interesting collaboration, information security, and data privacy news and events.
Because you can’t follow all of the updates, we do it for you. Here’s a roundup of the latest and most popular topics to catch you up to speed. Check these out …
- Sure, mistakes happen, but file sharing blunders are easy to avoid. Here are four common mistakes employees make when sharing information, along with some best practices to help cut down on your risk.
- Speaking of file sharing, lawyers owe it to their corporate clients to advise and protect the confidentiality, security, and privacy of their shared communications and data. Want to learn more about the implications for lawyers? Check out our new series by Robert L. Blacksberg.
- Organizations want a secure document collaboration solution that meets compliance standards: The ultimate Holy Grail. To help you find your own enterprise collaboration holy grail, we suggest you use these five requirements as a baseline.
- Okay, so we know that Information Rights Management (IRM) helps control documents for their entire content lifecycle ... but really, how does IRM work? Read our blog to see how Intralinks IRM by design protects information — no matter how, where, or with whom it is shared.
- Speaking of information security, perhaps we should mention that last week we unveiled our latest and most powerful release, Intralinks VIATM 2.0. This update addresses the pressing needs of today’s extended collaborative enterprises.
- Do you want to show your support for Intralinks? Then vote for Intralinks VIA, as “Best Document Management Solution” and “Best Web Collaboration Solution” in the UP-Start Cloud Awards.
Thanks for joining us, and stay tuned to our blog for more news each week.
Meagan Parrish is the Senior Manager of Social Media at Intralinks. She is responsible for social media strategy development and the communications for Intralinks' online communities. Meagan has been creating social media strategies for a variety of companies across verticals for the past several years. She holds Bachelor degrees in Marketing and Finance, with a minor in English Literature.