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Checklist for enterprise executives and boards

Executives drive the most sensitive and confidential discussions within your business. So, it’s sobering to think that many of the work processes today are still organized and built around email, paper documents and insecure messaging and file sharing services in many Fortune 1000 companies. These conversations are often extended to board members - external parties to the organization and outside the corporate firewall.

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Why regular security audits are imperative

Whether it’s the ever-present threat of a cyber-attack, or the need to meet your data privacy obligations under GDPR, organizations are under growing pressure to protect their IT infrastructure and ensure that the tools they use are fit for purpose. One of the most robust ways of achieving this is to run regular audits. These can help you to identify and address security vulnerabilities and poor coding practices, as well as ensuring you’re complying with agreed company, or industry, standards.

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Why email is not the future

As the executive team reviews productivity, profiabilty and collaboration in the organization, email is at the center point of most interactions. But is it the right choice for the future? Email has already been dubbed a productivity-killer and dead by many. Add to that an excess of vulnerabilites but maybe there is another angle - vulnerability that should make organizations consider if email shall be the primary communications tool.

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Control your mute setting through Status

In an important client meeting? Going on vacation? Or simply deeply concentrated on a project that needs finalizing? We all have reasons to turn to the trusty mute settings from time to time. But instead of scrolling through each conversation to see which one is “mute-worthy” why not just have a global mute setting when you need some peace and quiet. Why not set a status to let your colleagues know you are unavailable and at the same time set everything on full or partial mute.

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The future of collaboration is secure

There is no doubt that the business world is moving to a collaborative way of working pioneered by Slack who is getting rewarded today with a gigantic DPO. They changed the way organizations use email and adapted the way we work to the way the coming generation communicates. Backed by startups and developers the platform became the backbone of product organizations and growing tech companies.

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Creating security by delivering what employees want

There are countless ways how hackers can reach employees through the often chosen standard communication channels using phishing, CEO spoofing, malware and ransomware. It’s important to understand that one affected employee easily leads to the entire organization being at risk. Using a company-wide secure collaboration platform is the simplest, most effective way to eliminate all of these threats.

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How a German service company used Wire to transform the way they do business

Making collaboration efficient and most importantly mobile isn’t always an easy task for small businesses. With the European GDPR regulation customer contact is now regulated, having a large impact on businesses in the maintenance, repair, service or construction industry. These businesses need to comply to the same regulations as Europe’s largest companies.