The false security of the paper-centric office

In classified workspaces throughout the US government, printed paper still reigns supreme as a primary medium for information-sharing and collaboration. After all, “You can’t hack paper,” as the common refrain goes. And yet, numerous high-profile examples of classified documents being stolen or misplaced have shown the limits of this conventional wisdom. Importantly, paper doesn’t have any way to disallow access, nor does it leave any clues when it has been improperly copied or smuggled.

In their new article for Army War College’s War Room, Privoro advisors Heather McMahon and Michael Schellhammer make the case for ditching paper for modern mobile devices. Give it a read to understand how the adoption of mobile devices can unlock a more secure and dynamic working environment.

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