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Seven Tips to Securing Your Collaboration Software

As offices look to move more of their data off email and onto virtual workspaces, security pros must find a way to lock down collaboration software.

Collaboration software is so central to getting work done today that many companies’ most sensitive data can be found within these apps, which is concerning to security pros and the C suite. And securing these workspaces goes beyond choosing secure passwords. Here we look at seven ways to tighten up security around your collaboration tools.

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