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Collaboration Tools Have Powered 2020: 6 Tips to Keep Them Secure

by | Nov 23, 2020

Collaboration Tools Have Powered Work and Life in 2020

This year has giving us a lot to reflect on and be thankful for. Along with many other changes, collaboration tools like Microsoft Teams and Zoom meetings have dominated both the workplace and our home life. For the first time many will gather around the computer instead of the table.
In the workplace, collaboration tools have served a critical role during this pandemic allowing us to stay connected, productive, and keep collaborating going – from the safety of our home office, bedroom, living room or kitchen table.

6 Tips to Keep Collaboration Tools Secure

Unfortunately, that also means that protecting the information collaborated in them is also more critical than ever. We’ve assembled some resources to ensure you can reap the benefits of remote work while ensuring secure collaboration in the Microsoft Suite of collaboration tools (Teams, SharePoint, OneDrive, Yammer, and file shares) all the files, emails and chats that go with them.

  1. Microsoft Teams Guest Access: To Do or Not to Do?
    With the right tools in place you can ensure internal and guest users can collaborate securely without risking accidental data exposure or loss.
  2. Fix the Top 5 Missing Microsoft Teams Collaboration Features that Impact Data Security
    Five feature gaps that impede secure Microsoft Teams collaboration and how to plug them and put an end to IT and user frustrations – immediately and seamlessly.
  3. 3 Challenges of Managing SharePoint Access and Security
    Discover a new model for managing SharePoint access and security that enables collaboration without compromising security.
  4. Five Risky Misconceptions About Intellectual Property Theft
    Learn the five serious misconceptions about Intellectual Property Theft putting your organization at risk.
  5. Working from Home Fuels New Data Loss Stats
    Get the facts about this alarming trend and the steps your organization can take to address data loss that has been amplified by working from home.
  6. The Need for Proactive Data Security in the Age of Collaboration and WFH
    Why using reactive security solutions instead of tools designed to proactively prevent insiders from misusing or oversharing information won’t protect your data.

Not sure where to start?

If you need help understanding how to secure your collaboration tools. We’d be happy to help. Simply contact us to get the conversation started.
And, however you’re celebrating this year, in person or online, Happy Thanksgiving from the Nucleus Cyber family.

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