The Future of File Comparison
The future of file comparison is dictated by users.
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The future of file comparison is dictated by users.
Reliance on email is slowing transactions and stressing legal professionals.
Staying compliant with regulation means being able to track and control the data leaving your business in the files you share.
Learn more about the role of Risk Analytics.
When you compare high stakes documents, every change matters.
The smallest of errors can lead to the greatest of consequences when it comes to a data loss event.
Get your copy of this new white paper on Data Loss Prevention.
Practical steps your firm can take towards compliance with new data protection regulations
With increased demand for flexibility and mobility from a tech savvy workforce and a global tightening of regulation around data security, firms are faced with a conundrum that feels hard to solve. How do you empower people to share, while securing corporate data?
This new Box Set provides the tools needed to improve productivity during the closing phases of your transactions.
When creating documents to close a deal, clients want things done quickly, yes, but perfect is the only option.
Find out how to improve productivity during the document drafting cycle and deliver a perfect deal close.
This report examines the different challenges facing the IT community today and is based on discussions that took place across four roundtable events attended by Chief Information Officers and senior IT professionals from various vertical markets.
The key issues analyzed in this paper include consumerization trends, the influence of cloud and mobile, current strategies that are being implemented, and how the modern day CIO's IT strategy must adapt to succeed.
New research reveals that 78 percent of legal professionals are struggling to meet the productivity levels demanded by their profession. The report polled over 220 legal professionals and found that despite legal firms adopting strategies to improve organisational efficiency, many view improved productivity as one of the main business drivers for 2015.
This guide aims to inform legal professionals of current best practice tools and methods, looking at the pitfalls of current practice and how new specialist-comparison technologies are simplifying the end-to-end process.
This paper explores the issue of employees sharing business documents outside the organization containing hidden sensitive data. Referred to by security experts as document metadata, this paper explores what it is, what forms it takes, why it isn't something we normally think about and how professionals can avoid inadvertently sharing sensitive information that can potentially disclose confidential information, and expose employees and the company to serious risk.
Data Protection laws and regulations across the EU govern the storage and processing of data that would allow an individual to be recognised. They are intended to address the risks around privacy and data loss, and to provide a framework for good information governance.
The purpose of this White Paper is to inform end-users of the current and potential future legislative landscape in Europe regarding data protection and data privacy. This will enable end-user organisations to make risk-based decisions about cloud versus on-premise content storage. This will also allow them to evaluate providers of cloud services to ensure that they will stay compliant with applicable law.
Workshare conducted a survey to determine how everyday file sharing practices are exposing sensitive corporate data to risk. Over 800 respondents answered questions on the commercial value of a document, their sharing habits in light of this, and the security threats this poses. Those surveyed represented a global cross section of knowledge workers for whom the documents resulting from creation, collaboration, and sharing constitute a large proportion of their intellectual property (IP) and corporate assets. Highly regulated industries such as the financial and legal sectors were particularly well represented.
This paper explores how Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and Bring Your Own App (BYOA), mobility, and the consumerization of IT has impacted the adoption of technology in the workplace. The key issues and challenges that face IT when protecting company documents and data are addressed and discussed.
This paper from AIIM and Workshare measures the drivers for collaboration, the strategy choices being made, and the feature sets required for content collaboration and processing in a cloud and mobile world. It also looks at the user requirements for mobile content access and mobile interaction with content processes and workflows.
This executive summary reveals the usage trends of small, midmarket and enterprise-class organisations with regards to online file sharing and collaboration (OFS) services and deployment models. The OFS market is rapidly maturing from file storage services for consumers to technology solutions that require features to effectively manage and secure business data.
This report details the findings and analysis of a recent survey studying trends in mobile working and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), as well as the use of consumer-based file sharing applications. The survey was conducted as part of an on-going primary research program commissioned by Workshare.
This paper explores the security issues related to document collaboration in particular how documents are stored, shared, and worked on. The requirements IT need to satisfy including securing workflows and storage locations to implement a collaborative ecosystem, in the modern workplace are discussed.
This guide discusses the challenges associated with cleaning metadata from documents and protecting public organizations from the inadvertent disclosure of proprietary information. This guide also discusses the key questions decision makers should ask as they develop risk management policies and deploy technologies to protect confidentiality as it pertains to metadata.
This guide focuses on the key challenges in managing documents in today’s law firms and looks
at the technology that is helping firms with document comparison, metadata removal, content.
Managing documents securely and firm-wide policy control are critical for a law firm’s ability to remain competitive and provide superior service to their clients. This guide also discusses key questions that decision makers should ask as they develop business practices and deploy technologies to resolve them.
This guide discusses the challenges associated with cleaning metadata from documents
and protecting law firms from the inadvertent disclosure of proprietary information. This
guide also discusses the key questions decision makers should ask as they develop risk
management policies and deploy technologies to protect confidentiality as it pertains to
This guide focuses on the key challenges in managing documents in today’s companies and
looks at the technology that is helping organizations with document comparison, metadata
removal, content security and company-wide policy control. This guide also discusses key
questions that decision makers should ask as they develop business practices and deploy
technologies to resolve them.
This guide discusses the challenges associated with cleaning metadata from documents and protecting organizations from the inadvertent disclosure of proprietary information. This guide also includes metadata removal best practices to ensure documents that are emailed or uploaded to court servers do not contain metadata.
In this white paper, you will learn practical ways to deal with the issues raised by metadata under the new FRCP amendments, to prepare your organization and your legal team to understand these issues, and to take appropriate practical steps to deal with your metadata in the new FRCP-driven legal environment.
This report details the findings and analysis of an online survey studying trends in mobile working and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), as well as the use of consumer-based file sharing applications. The survey looks at the extent to which employees are working these devices and applications as well as how the workforce has engaged the IT function to accommodate its requirements.
This paper explains how collaboration technologies can be applied to different points of a document’s lifecycle and how administrators and directors can actively engage with users to build a document-centric collaborative working environment that is underpinned by a simple, easy to use, and secure collaboration platform.
This white paper examines five common and important business use cases that require collaborative functionality that is not available or impractical to execute in SharePoint or Office 365 alone, but is easily supported with the addition of Workshare tools.
Collaboration is central to business activity, and most organizations have invested in developing collaborative ecosystems. However, many of these ecosystems have become inflexible and outdated, unable to accommodate the newer, and often better, online collaboration tools that are widely available today. This paper explains how IT professionals can take an active role in enhancing their collaborative ecosystems and prevent employees from finding ways to work outside approved channels.