Taking care of documents
Print and documents may feel like a relatively safe zone in the war against cyber crime, but there are risks that need to be managed. Ian Campbell reports
There’s always a temptation to throw technology at a problem and hope for the best, but all too often the return on investment will fall short of expectations because fundamental groundwork isn’t carried out. This is almost always true of security and particularly relevant when it comes to protecting documents.
Document lifecycle management in an average business has more vulnerabilities than Sunderland’s defence. You could squander a small fortune trying to...
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