If you’re building a website for the U.S. Government, you may be tasked with making “single sign on” (SSO) work with the U.S. Government "Personal Identity Verification" (PIV) Credential cards. PIV cards are used government-wide to control access to Federally Controlled Facilities and information systems at the appropriate security level. Common Access Cards or “CACs ” are a specific subset of PIV cards used by the U.S. Department of Defense.
Companies spend millions of dollars on collecting and analyzing data with many different analytics tools. However, when it comes to actually using that data in actionable ways, they are not always successful.
I’ve spent the last few weeks meeting with individual analysts about Intranets and Portals, and the last two days in the Gartner 2022 Digital Workplace Summit. What I’ve learned so far is this space is newly interesting to many, struggles from too many granular tools, and (of course) there’s an opportunity here for Concrete CMS that many seem to be missing.
In our digitized world, businesses can collect and store a huge amount of consumer data. In many cases, they do so with good intentions, such as to improve and personalize the services they offer.
We value your perspective and welcome transparency, so we are working with TrustRadius to collect feedback on your experience with Concrete CMS.
How we work, play, learn, socialize and interact with the world continues to evolve rapidly. The trend has only accelerated since COVID-19 locked us all down in 2020.
Small businesses often don't consider customer data policy as their priority. But with 43% of cyber attacks targeting small businesses, one thing is clear: protecting and controlling data is critical.
What is the Difference Between an Intranet and an Extranet?
Effective communication, both internally with your staff and externally with your partners and customers, is critical to the success of your business. But with so many different options available, it can be challenging to know which communication platform is right for your needs.
It's been a while since you and your team have gone entirely virtual. It doesn't feel like it's going back any time soon, and it's kind of working at least okay. You see the potential, but is there room for improvement?
Do you sometimes feel like everyone is scared of editing the website except for you?
When something needs to go live, do people ask you to "just do it for me, this time?"
Do you find that your website feels about as timely as a printed quarterly newsletter?
It doesn't have to be this way!