Research by Ovum (sponsored by Intralinks) indicates there is confusion about data sovereignty, particularly around the simple concept of "where data is”.
To keep personally identifiable information safe in today’s digital world, national governments are enacting new data privacy laws around how information is stored, processed, and shared.
Research revealed that of 20 industrialized economies, the U.S. was deemed the least trustworthy for accessing information without permission.
This retention of data is causing problems for CIOs and CTOs. Ovum’s “Content is the New Perimeter” report shares the consequences of inadequate security.
In a digital world, information must flow freely for productivity, and be secure. To meet these needs, enterprises can apply Information Rights Management.
With Information Rights Management technology, you can maintain lifetime control over all documents shared across the full lifecycle of a project’s content.
Ovum, a leading industry and technology analyst firm headquartered in London, has recently published an in-depth research report looking at the benefits and value that Intralinks provides. The report is titled Technology Audit: Intralinks Exchanges and is authored by Richard Edwards, a principal analyst at Ovum who focuses on enterprise collaboration and information management.