Intelligent Metadata Enabled Solutions for Collaboration

Securely share knowledge assets to drive business opportunities while eliminating risk.

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Collaboration

Effective collaboration either internally or externally with partners, clients, and stakeholders must be done securely. The potential for confidential information, intellectual property, or data privacy can be found in seemingly innocuous information. However, once the information has been shared it’s too late to recall it, and organizational risk has been increased. Regardless of the matter of trust, once the information is out of your hands, it can be shared with anyone. Out of your control you have no recourse to find out with whom it has been shared. Yet, no collaboration can be detrimental to your business and just not practical. Defining information that can and can’t be shared, and with whom proactively prevents information from exposing vulnerabilities with collaborative stakeholders. One less concern to worry about.

  • The Concept Searching Difference

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    Intelligent, secure collaboration

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    Automatically group programmatic assets

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    Share knowledge and expertise

    Organizations increasingly collaborate globally with partners, clients, or stakeholders. Inter-collaboration, intra-collaboration, and information sharing necessitate vigilance in matters of information security, data sovereignty, and the protection of confidential information or intellectual property. The ability to automatically group programmatic information assets, identify potential exposures prior to sharing, and apply appropriate distribution controls before information is shared eliminates the risk of unintentional exposures. This approach results in intelligent, secure information sharing and increased project success.

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    Is the security of your knowledge assets, intellectual property, and confidential information shared with third parties a concern?

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    Are data sovereignty issues a concern when collaborating globally on projects?

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    Can you easily identify relevant program topics for reuse and repurposing?

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    Is the ability to ensure all program information assets are identified, grouped, and securely managed at end of project important?

     

    Key Benefits

    Key Benefits

    Concept Searching improves both internal and external collaboration by automatically identifying information assets relevant to projects. The additional identification of relationships between similar topics provides access to items that previously would not have been found. Rules determining information access for third parties can easily be created, to prevent access, portability, and transmission of unauthorized content to internal and external parties.

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    • Identifies relevant information assets in real time from scanned documents, faxes, email attachments, and any unstructured or semi-structured data
    • Automatically tags, classifies, and groups programmatic assets, improving productivity
    • Protects and prohibits access, portability, and transmission of secured content objects, both internally externally, and with third parties
    • Identifies potential information access issues when collaborating with third parties, in real time
    • Enables effective end of project control, ensuring all information assets are identified, grouped, and securely managed
    • Automatically controls content storage, in line with data sovereignty and information governance