Secure Collaboration on Virtual Board Meeting Documents

Inside Americas Boardrooms
With remote work becoming the ''new normal,'' one challenge for companies has been finding secure ways to collaborate on meeting documents �- agendas, reports, minutes, resolutions, etc. - with individuals (such as non-executive/independent directors) who might not have accounts on the company's internal communications systems. Clearly, sending sensitive files over personal email is not the best answer. In this episode of Virtual Meeting Minute, Dottie Schindlinger, executive director of the Diligent Institute, shares strategies for board members and others to collaborate on documents beyond the meeting, including:

  • How directors can share notes and documents securely without sending emails
  • Options for collaboration (other than having another meeting)
  • Best practices for crisis updates

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