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Board Software Communication Vs. Emailing Board Documents

These days, most boards are making the choice to go paperless. While some opt for centralized communication through the use of board software, others have simply stuck to email for their needs.

In fact, according to a 2014 Thomson-Reuters study, approximately 43% of boards were still emailing their sensitive board documents.

While email prevents added costs to board operations, it also poses many potential downfalls and risks.

Email isn’t secure.

You’ve seen the headlines. Email hacks are a dime a dozen these days. Not long ago, we wrote a blog about the infamous Salesforce leak, which originated with an email from Colin Powell.

Because they sent their board documents via email, their hypothetical plans for 14 different company acquisitions became public knowledge.

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Brasfield and Gorrie Sticks Close to Its Southern Roots

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Brasfield & Gorrie is one of the largest general contractors in the United States, widely respected for its innovative practices and industry-leading quality. In an Engineering News-Record article about Brasfield & Gorrie the company listed Directorpoint as one of the innovative new technologies it has recently incorporated. Directorpoint is used by Brasfield & Gorrie’s board of directors and senior management team to securely manage strategically important information and enhance leadership team collaboration.

You can read the Engineering News-Record article here.

You can learn more about Brasfield & Gorrie here.