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In most businesses today online file sharing, storing, and collaboration tools have become an integral part of day-to-day operations. For example, a collaboration tool like Dropbox provides a functional solution that can be used for free or for what seems to be at a very low cost to people and businesses looking to go paperless. However, while the monthly cost of implementing a collaboration tool like Dropbox may be low, the expense associated with the repercussions of a breach, should one occur, could be extreme. Which begs the question- is cost of Dropbox really less expensive when compared to an online virtual data room solution like SecureDocs, a solution that is specifically designed with document security in mind, and can most likely prevent the breach from occurring altogether? Probably not.


Private equity firms are a growing and a popular form of investment for many high net worth individuals and institutions. Managers of private equity firms understand the importance of sourcing and closing lucrative deals. Of course, in addition to finding deals that will yield generous returns, managers must diligently supervise the firm’s portfolio, sometimes even providing services and advice to the companies in which it has invested to help achieve maximum profits.


Filling out paperwork, keeping tabs on important documentation and files, and figuring out how to store and organize all of this information are necessary albeit burdensome daily activities for most businesses. Unfortunately, in document-heavy industries or those segments of the economy that tend to be highly regulated, it can be a downright struggle to keep up with both the volume of paperwork and the different rules and regulations regarding the manner in which the paperwork must be managed and retained.


Biotech startup funding is better than you think, and funding growth could be here for the long term. No one can blame early stage biotech startups grumbling about the difficulties getting funded, especially when their challenges are contrasted with software startups.  Billion dollar valuations for software companies with no revenue, have given way to deca billion dollar companies with no revenue.  Coupled with ongoing drumbeat of relentless cutting and restructuring R&  at almost all Big Pharma companies, it’s easy to wallow in a pessimistic swamp regarding early stage funding for life science startups, except for one thing:  Startup funding for Biotechs is blowing up.  Not only that, the long term trend points to continued growth in early stage life science investment.  So what’s changed?


Data security has become one of the most important issues of this century. With identity and data theft, online fraud, and public and private sector network breaches occurring on a regular basis, it is not surprising that consumers are extremely concerned about their privacy and the safekeeping of personal data. Despite these valid concerns, people are routinely asked to provide personal information via online forms for all sorts of things, such as job applications, the purchase of goods and services, or booking travel arrangements. Most individuals readily type in personal details, including a home address, credit card number, and even a social security number without much thought or hesitation.