Sarah Todd

Sarah Todd is a Business Development Representative at Shinydocs. She enjoys discussing high tech, Silicon Valley, digital culture, and all things Artificial Intelligence. Sarah is pursuing an MBA at Santa Clara University in the Bay Area. To contact email stodd@shinydocs.com

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Why GDPR is actually a blessing

April 4, 2018

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Tackling the spring cleaning of your data chaos is a lot like organizing the garage. It's been on the to do list for years, but it's a big pain and you don't know where to start. Then, your water heater breaks and you're forced to clear a path through the clutter for the repairman. Now, only because of this forced situation, you have to finally organize and tidy the garage. Oy.

GDPR is secretly a blessing. It encourages us to re-imagine business processes and sort through our data chaos. 

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Are you ready for GDPR’s arrival?

November 21, 2017

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 How is your organization preparing for GDPR regulations? 79% of companies have no plan for GDPR[1]. With noncompliance penalties up to 4% of annual revenues, you can’t afford to marginalize privacy solutions. The reality is that half of all organizations will not be GDPR-compliant by the end of 2018[2]. With about 160 requirements, we consolidated the key information into a bite-size summary.

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Move your Shared Drives into ECM... Right Now!

April 4, 2018

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UPDATE Oct 5th, 2017: Check out my colleague Paul Kleinknecht's response: http://blog.shinydocs.com/note-from-our-vp-on-file-shares

 

If you appreciate and understand the need for information governance, you should hate your file shares. Users find them easy to use, but shared network drives and folders pose a major threat to data security and governance. Most organizations site operational efficiency as a top priority so the idea of executing on more workflows is compelling if not crucial. Having 85% of all corporate data sitting in file shares works directly against the concept of efficiency. The enterprise needs to find a way to understand and harness this data.

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Gartner sentences ECM to death

April 4, 2018

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