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Walker Propelled by Winds of Change


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The Path to Healthy Data Governance through Data Security


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technical data rights  be seen from both technical and business perspectives. Data can be seen from a user-centric perspective—to promote awareness of data security across your organization. Now let’s look at some guidelines you should consider when launching an information security governance program and a general plan to follow from an information security perspective: Identify and define. Identify. The first step in this process involves scoping the initiative in order to focus on the most relevant and critical issues Read More

Ask the Experts: Is Hosted CRM Really the Right Option for You?


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technical data rights  feel. • Without in-house technical skills to support CRM, an on-premise application may take limited resources off other more pressing concerns. This is especially true in the SMB market, where resources are scarce. • If you have a hosted solution, you can claim its cost as a business expense on your taxes. David Bourque What Alex mentions is true. However, let me make the following comment: If your organization is either large or a bigger SMB, then an in-house system will probably outweigh the costs Read More

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technical data rights  for modern business and technical needs, especially those that have to do with the cloud in its various forms. Stay tuned for more specific information about Microsoft’s new offerings. Read More

Agile Data Masking: Critical to Data Loss Prevention and Threat Reduction


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