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Droptalk: Why security and collaboration are not mutually exclusive


Published on May 21, 2014

Update: Missed the live version? Watch the recording here!

Work never happens in a vacuum. To be effective, your team needs to be able to send and receive a steady stream of files — with each other and with external clients and partners — but making sure all this information is exchanged safely and securely can quickly become a major headache.

After all, protecting company information and encouraging collaboration are both essential to your business. So why is it often so difficult to do both?

Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be. Security and collaboration aren’t mutually exclusive, at least when it comes to cloud file sharing. Striking a balance between the two begins by identifying what your security needs really are, and learning how various solutions help you manage your risks.

Join Cory Louie, Head of Trust, Safety & Security at Dropbox, and Bruce Wilson, Enterprise Architect at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, for a live webinar on how best to balance the need for security with the need for easy collaboration. We’ll cover:

  • Trends in workplace collaboration

  • The reality of how sharing information impacts security

  • Tips on how to better protect company information while improving productivity

Join us for this Droptalk on Thursday, June 5, at 2pm ET / 11am PT. We look forward to hearing from you!

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