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Your Document Management Knowledge Center
For businesses and organizations, there is a growing and ever present need to protect documents and information from a catastrophic data loss. Failing to do so could cause more than just a lawsuit - it could lead to bankruptcy and bring your business to an end.Read More
Security, Reliability and Availability of SaaS Document Management
Managing your business documents and content has never been easier. With the advent of progressively better document management software applications, you can streamline your marketing content management and enterprise content administration using a variety of hosted workflow process automation and document management programs which ensure security, reliability and exceptional document sharing and accessibility features. This affords you controlled business continuity and collaboration measures, bolstering the overall efficiency of your business.
SaaS Document Management and Security of Your Content
Unlike on-premise document management systems which could expose your data and information to an array of risks--which could result in catastrophic losses--many SaaS document management software packages safeguard the security of your business documents. You would never have to worry about the risk of data losses resulting from fire, flood or employee incidents among others.
Better still, many guarantee the confidentiality of your documents. This is because with these solutions, you can include settings defining who can have access to what type of information. This means that you as an administrator have the authority to ensure that critical business content is available only to the designated team members in your organization.
No matter where your company operates or how large it is, having a Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) and Business Continuity Plan (BCP) is an essential component of maintaining and growing a successful business.
When it comes to in-house security, there are endless measures to take in order to prepare for a disaster or a computer environment threat:
Since businesses' growth opportunities aren't quite at their peak right now (to say the very least), many executive managers are spending more time and attention on internal processes. Many organizations have become more involved in disaster recovery (DR) strategies and DR budgeting initiatives for the remainder of this year and for 2010.
From Mark Everett Hall at ComputerWorld: Cloud computing safer than on-premises: