Without a doubt, international business travelers face a high risk of cybersecurity breaches. If you travel for work, you’ll likely have to do business on more than one device, including laptops and smartphones. If your trip is for pleasure, you might use a phone or tablet to share special moments and keep in touch with folks back home. The information on your computer or mobile device is sensitive, and you don't want it to fall into the hands of the wrong person.
We all think we know what dirty data is, but it can mean very different things to different people. At it’s most basic level, dirty data is anything that’s incorrect.
Within procurement, it could be misspelt vendors, incorrect invoice descriptions, missing product codes, a lack of standard units of measure (e.g., ltr, l, litres), currency issues, duplicate invoices or incorrect/partially classified data.
For various reasons, software development outsourcing is a smart choice for well-established organizations. It’s a proven option for businesses to achieve their digital transformation goals while minimizing risks and maintaining a cost-savings approach. Today, to outsource software requirements means helping the business gain greater economies of scale as well as focus on its core competencies without spending significant time and money.
Data security is a significant issue of concern for both small and large organizations. As an organization holds onto data collected from customers and vendors, it should be wary of the threat posed by cybercriminals. There are several standards that you should comply with when it comes to information security. ISO 27001 is one such standard.
Data services are just like coats - not all are created equal. There's a varying range of price, quality and reliability. And, if your data doesn’t have a good coat, there could be a range of bad or costly decisions made. These decisions could affect the business performance, financial situation, risk jobs, or even the fate of the company.
As businesses across all industries undergo digital transformation and adopt new, omnichannel strategies for engaging with customers, the enterprise contact center of today is continuously evolving and looks dramatically different than in the past.
- how transfers of personal data between the U.K. and the EU will be regulated post-Brexit;
In a multi-partner service delivery model, transparency and visibility are essential to an effective security and supplier risk management (SRM) strategy. Yet a wide range of evidence suggests that this transparency is sorely lacking in many cases. According to a study by the independent Ponemon Institute, 73 per cent of suppliers that experience a data breach don’t notify other vendors in the supply chain, while more than a third (37 per cent) of suppliers don’t notify their customers.
Just hearing the words "dark data" can be enough for managers in the outsourcing industry to feel a little uneasy - but despite its rather menacing name there has never been a better time to tackle the phenomenon head on.