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TakeTurns Tips: External Collaborations Need Security

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Clare Nosowitz
Clare Nosowitz
Customer Success Manager
TakeTurns Tips
TakeTurns Tips: External Collaborations Need Security

Email is the most commonly used tool for collaborating with external stakeholders, but it has a lot of limitations. When working on business-critical collaborations with external stakeholders, security is of utmost importance, and email is notorious for security risks.

Documents  and files are exchanged between organizations cross three security domains:

  1. Your organization’s security posture
  2. The other organization's security posture
  3. The security exchange

For example, consider an NDA. (We wrote more about these security domains in the context of an NDA exchange).

Documents used in external collaborations cross three main security domains

Most organizations think quite a lot about their own security, and in many situations they also consider and even vet the security of organizations they partner with. But the security of the exchange is often ignored, a no man’s land that neither organization owns. 

TakeTurns keeps the exchange of documents and files between organizations secure, so you don’t need to risk sending your sensitive, business-critical attachments over email. 

If you’re ready to elevate the way you work with external stakeholders, are interested in a demo, or just want to reach out, click here to discover the transformative impact TakeTurns can have on your external collaborations.

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