The top methods and technologies corporations need to stop unwanted content and manage Internet risks.
By: Intranet Journal
Keeping tabs on content is more important than ever, thanks to the profusion of federal regulations from Sarbanes-Oxley to HIPPA, which require companies to safeguard and archive data for an extended period of time. This means a content management strategy for the enterprise must go beyond the databases that marked the beginnings of the content management industry and incorporate storage as well.
As indispensable as e-mail and the Internet have become at work, companies face rising threats from the exposure of confidential business or consumer data over the Internet.
Internet access has become critical to businesses and the rewards can be high. However, there are issues that arise when employees have unmanaged access.
Security risks have increased as information technology has grown, making the need for a comprehensive security program more important than ever.