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Dangerous Collaboration Practices in a Challenging Economy: 5 Roles IT Must Perform to Minimize Risk

Source: Brainloop, Inc.
For many companies, collaborating with outside partners involves sharing confidential information. Unfortunately, in order to work quickly and efficiently, project team members must sometimes share information without using a safe collaboration platform—putting companies at risk of security breaches. Learn how IT leaders can mitigate that risk by creating highly secure online work spaces for document sharing.


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