As many organizations know, sharing data is a key component of success in today’s omnichannel, globally-connected digital workplace. Data is being used across multiple platforms and environments in order to inform decision making at a faster speed than ever before. In fact, to meet the demands of a fast-paced digital workplace, more than 90% of organizations store data in the cloud.
Yet this is pressuring organizations to share securely and responsibly, without sacrificing speed and efficiency. These priorities often clash, leaving organizations trapped in the middle of a data-sharing storm.
As breaches make the headlines more frequently and privacy regulations tighten, the message to IT is clear: maintain privacy and security or pay the price.
So how should an organization approach this new environment? What are organizations currently doing to ensure regulatory compliance, and is it working? If not, why is it not working, and what in particular is causing the struggle?
In order to answer these questions, we must first gain a better understanding of the specific hurdles that organizations encounter when it comes to protecting data stored and shared in the cloud.
In the summer of 2019, 700 IT and business decision-makers were interviewed by independent market research firm Vanson Bourne. Below are several key findings based on that research, broken into three core topics, that define the digital workplace in 2019…
The findings are clear: sharing data is easy. Securing it, on the other hand, is challenging. Organizations need a solution that protects and controls data shared via email and stored across multi-cloud environments and supports easy regulatory compliance. Once these hurdles have been overcome, data management, compliance, and security will become a lot easier to handle.
For your copy of the full report, “Securing the Digital Workplace: Cloud Industry Outlook 2019,” click here.
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