Forrester Research named Intralinks VIA® a Leader in its report, The Forrester WaveTM: Enterprise File Sync and Share Platforms, Cloud Solutions, Q1 2016.
Secure collaboration is one of the most vital concepts in business today. In today’s workforce, employees are handling highly-sensitive corporate documents and sharing this information beyond the firewall through multiple channels and across various devices. It’s imperative that businesses maintain control over their data, while still enabling employees to share, collaborate and innovate. Managing this process can be challenging, but a collaboration solution can help keep companies’ most confidential information secure.
Coming off a great event at the Gartner Portals, Content and Collaboration conference in San Diego, CA last week where we launched Intralinks VIA™ and had an interesting session with our CEO Ron Hovsepian and Dale Kirkwood from The McLaren Group, we’re excited to have Michael Lees, Vice President of Strategy and Product Marketing at Intralinks speak at Forrester's Forum for CIO, EA, Infrastructure & Ops, Security & Risk, and Sourcing Professionals.
Businesses that deliver quality and innovation, increase revenue, satisfy customers, and gain market share advantage over their competitors are the ones that thrive in today’s hyper-competitive global marketplace. It only makes sense then that as managers, we focus a lot of our attention on measuring these key success factors and identifying ways to improve.
That said we’ve also had the ever-present threat of double dip recession, governmental promises of austerity and the problems surrounding sovereign debt in Europe. So the big question is what does the next twelve months hold for the global M&A market?
Forrester Consulting completed a thought leadership study called “Trends, Challenges, and Technology Use in a Changing M&A Environment”. Forrester took a look at over 200 M&A professionals to try and understand how strategies were shifting and what the top priorities were for these folks facing a rapidly changing market.
Gartner recently announced their picks for the top 10 technology trends of 2010. These trends signify the strategic technologies with potential to have significant impact on the enterprise in the next three years