Collaboration is more mobile than ever, and as the IT director at an international law firm, I’ve seen firsthand its impact on the organization. It’s not always positive. People tend to opt for file-sharing applications like Dropbox, which are familiar and easy to use. The problem is that consumer-grade applications weren’t built with security in mind, and considering the sensitive legal content that firms are sharing daily, the risk is too great to leave unaddressed. Balancing productivity and security is a universal challenge across law firms today. Here is my checklist of what to look for when choosing the most appropriate document collaboration tools. ... READ THE RESTOriginally published March 12, 2015
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