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.
Administering clinical trials has many requirements, only one of which is reporting suspected unexpected serious adverse reactions (SUSAR). SUSARs and serious adverse event safety reporting can be challenging in large-scale
Intralinks will present Deals in 2013: A Mid-Year Review at 1 PM EST. The video webcast will focus on the “unexpected twists” of the market today.
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.
The amount of data being exchanged in the healthcare industry is growing exponentially. As the volume of medical data grows, the need to store, access and protect this information also increases.
According to a CyberFactors LLC survey*, there were more than 1400 cyber breaches/incidents in 2012 with more than 20% of those breaches involving insiders or third party contractors. Of those breaches, most involved the theft of personal information. So what’s a CIO or CISO to do? In their recent webcast discussing common causes of data breaches, John Landy, CTO at Intralinks and Heidi Shey, Principal Analyst at Forrester Research described ways an organization can control and protect its data.
By any measure 2012 was an epic year for data breaches, spurred on by more and more information being shared outside the firewall. Security breaches have become regular headline news, but there are a number of ways an organization can control data breach costs.
Dealmakers, especially these days, can’t afford to wait around for everything to be set up in their virtual data room (VDR) before moving to and through the due diligence phase. Most VDR providers have service teams to help with the build-out and launch of the deal room, but that alone doesn’t offer the kind of speed to setup that dealmakers want to see.