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How to Address Enterprise Collaboration Security Concerns

According to a recent survey from Gartner, before the COVID-19 pandemic, around 44% of workers reported using collaboration tools for work. But as of 2021, nearly 80% of all workers use enterprise collaboration tools.

In many ways, this rise in collaboration and communication software has had a positive impact. Many organizations have welcomed the increased information sharing and teamwork enabled by these digital tools, and many enterprise businesses report improved innovation, productivity, and retention.

However, new technologies for the modern enterprise come with a bevy of new risks — including data leakage, intellectual property theft, and the exposure of sensitive, personal information.

And in some cases, an information breach can end up costing an organization millions.

Fortunately, you can identify and resolve these security threats — while keeping your organization's sensitive information secure — with Google Workspace. Download our white paper to learn how.

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Uncovering Common Issues Arising From Collaboration Tools

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Creating an Enterprise Collaboration Security Plan

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“As internal ideas and information become easily available to employees and business associates on shared social tools, potential issues in human resources, data leakage, and intellectual property exposure have surfaced.”