The Intralinks DFI is unique – a predictive indicator of future M&A activity, about six months ahead of deals being announced. There are plenty of companies that track M&A activity retrospectively, but only Intralinks gives dealmakers a data-driven forecast, of how the global M&A market will perform over the next few quarters.
The Intralinks Deal Flow Indicator is a unique predictive indicator of future M&A activity. When compared to actual deal volume reported by Thomson Reuters, the Intralinks DFI is a statistically reliable indicator of future deal activity about 6 months before deals are actually announced.
On October 3rd in New York City, Westin Times Square played host to the Information Security Executive (ISE®) Northeast Forum and Awards 2013.
Healthcare organizations need to take proper measures to protect their patients’ privacy and comply with HIPAA’s regulations.
Companies today face many hurdles when trying to create secure collaboration environments. Attacks are becoming more common and multifaceted, making it difficult for enterprises to take the appropriate preventative measures to manage security effectively.
Last week Facebook released their Global Government Requests Report offering details on official requests for personal data from governments around the world. The report shed light on the number of data requests Facebook actually received, how many users or accounts were affected by those requests and the percentage of requests with which Facebook was required to comply.
In today’s day and age, companies are faced with the challenge of creating a collaboration environment that is both effective and secure, which can be a bit of a headache for involved parties. Enterprise collaboration shouldn’t be overlooked, as it helps improve productivity and drive business results.
When we think about data loss, we often immediately think about theft – hacking, phishing or malicious insider activity. But the reality is that most data is lost through mundane human error, like hitting “reply all” to an email intended for one person, or attaching the wrong file to a message.