Tag Archives: information management

Enterprise Security Concerns for Blockchain And How To Mitigate Them

Enterprise Security Concerns for Blockchain And How To Mitigate Them

Digging deeper into blockchain, the technologies behind them and enterprise use of blockchain, apart from the technical difficulties of deploying the technology, it is becoming clear that security concerns are slowing the development of blockchain down, particularly considering the new compliance regulations that have come into play with GDPR.

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Is It Really All About Culture?

Is It Really All About Culture?

For the last several years, practitioners and consultants have been talking about culture as it relates to risk, compliance and ethics.  Two new pieces reinforce my view that culture is not just about risk, compliance, and ethics. There are many, many dimensions and sometimes they may actually conflict.

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Business Process Management Success Starts With People

Business Process Management Success Starts With People

Many businesses turn to tools and technology to cope with the pace of change and innovation, but at times this emphasis on technical solutions leads executives to overlook the role people play in organizational success.

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Blockchain Makes Inroads in the Enterprise at Consensus

Blockchain Makes Inroads in the Enterprise at Consensus

In 2017, roughly 2,000 people attended The Consensus Conference. Conference organizers expected more than 4,000 attendees at this year's conference in New York City, but ultimately ran out of capacity at 8,500 people. Clearly the cryptocurrency industry is gaining a measure of popularity with the mainstream.

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