NEW YORK, July 9, 2019 — In a recent survey conducted by Nuxeo, the leading cloud-native Content Services Platform (CSP), two-thirds (67 percent) of respondents said sensitive content is accidentally leaked externally at least once a quarter, while one in five (20 percent) said this happens at least once a month.
The survey of 1,000 sales, marketing, and creative professionals in the US and UK also revealed that 74 percent of respondents have recreated content they know exists but cannot find.
A lack of the right tools to manage company content was a clear theme that emerged from the study. More than half of respondents (56 percent) admit to using systems or tools not provided by their company to store and share company content, a concept known as shadow IT.
Generation-X and Baby Boomers (61 percent) use rogue tools for storing and sharing company content more often than Millennials (49 percent). 34 percent of respondents say they use rogue tools because they find official systems too hard to use, while 30 percent say they do so because they cannot find the content, they need using official systems and tools.
“This survey reinforces what we hear from companies before they become our customers, which is that many enterprises do not have the right systems in place for properly securing their sensitive content and data,” said Chris McLaughlin, chief product and marketing officer at Nuxeo. “Any enterprise that is inadvertently leaking sensitive data and content several times a year is at serious operational and legal risk. Modern enterprises require modern platforms to properly secure their data and content, while also ensuring other authorized users can easily find it — so they don’t have to re-create it.”
For more results from the survey, see this infographic.
Nuxeo, developer of the leading Content Services Platform, is reinventing enterprise content management (ECM) and digital asset management (DAM). Nuxeo is fundamentally changing how people work with data and content to realize new value from digital information. Its cloud-native platform has been deployed by large enterprises, mid-sized businesses, and government agencies worldwide. Customers like Verizon, Capital One, Electronic Arts, and the CVS have used Nuxeo’stechnology to transform the way they do business. Founded in 2008, the company is based in New York with offices across the United States, Europe, and Asia. Learn more at www.nuxeo.com.