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Data and analytics leaders know that without good governance, their investments in data and analytics will fail to meet key organizational demands such as revenue growth, cost optimization and better customer experience.What D&A leaders urgently need are data governance best practices and practical steps to create an effective foundation for data and analytics.

Research by Bain & Company finds that while executives embarking on digital transformation have historically focused on speed, the ability to scale is rising as an imperative

Today’s digital business environment depends heavily on data to guide decisions and determine business direction. Organizations have begun to implement data governance, particularly in response to regulatory requirements. But successful businesses recognize the need for adaptive data governance to power more efficient decision making while promoting data value.

Some of the most effective and utilized collaboration tools are on the cloud to support the continuity of business amidst the challenge of distance. SharePoint is one of the more efficient tools by Microsoft that’s ideal for creating sites, acting as a document library, and many more functions that are helpful for communication inside and outside of an organization. It’s also integrated with other Microsoft 365 solutions such as Teams, OneDrive, and Yammer, and all of these tools work together to provide a great collaboration experience.

​The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated digital transformation like never before and in particular the need for a digital mailroom.

Today’s enterprise search users need more than answers. They want context, information, and guidance along the way.

In 2014, the City of Nedlands introduced SharePoint to replace its TRIM records management system. In 2016, the WA Local Government Authority’s IT manager recommended to the Chief Executive Officer that the Records Management unit be abolished. Shortly thereafter all 5 positions within the Records Management Section were made redundant.

The conservation state of parchments is typically assessed using invasive and sometimes destructive investigation techniques. Scientists from Université Paris-Saclay, the CNRS, École Polytechnique, and the French Ministry of Culture[1] have developed a non-destructive and non-invasive advanced optical imaging technique to quantitatively assess the degradation state of parchments.

In May 2021, a group of researchers at the Ruhr University Bochum (RUB) published an IEEE symposium paper on problems with certification signatures in PDF. The authors’ findings are summarized on the PDF Insecurity website. Since iText’s products are often used as part of digital signing workflows (including to create certification signatures), we felt compelled to comment. In this blog post, we’ll take you through some background on these new attacks, and explain what you can do about them.