Data security is a top concern for modern businesses. And many organizations have industry standards, like HIPAA or government regulations, like GDPR, they must stay compliant with. Keeping your data secure and your processes compliant can seem complicated, especially if you’re using many different types of business applications in your daily tasks. That’s why it’s important to choose tools with built-in security.
While each type of automation has its benefits, some are much better at integrating across systems and applications to seamlessly share information. In fact, now that automation can be applied across your enterprise in various departments, it’s the perfect time to learn more about this powerful capability and what it can mean for your organization.
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This year, cybersecurity teams and experts will continue to fight some familiar foes that have caused trouble over the past few years, as well as new threats that may also come to the fore. Read on to find out what challenges are in store for 2019, in addition to a few bright spots on the horizon.
The ball has dropped and we’ve hung up new calendars, signaling that 2019 has officially begun. While it’s exciting to look ahead at the possibilities the new year brings regarding technology innovations, it’s also important to take a moment to look back at the topics that dominated our headlines throughout last year.
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