Most of us have no idea how our communications devices and their networks really work when handling our data. Only recently has awareness grown of “data permanence,” the concept that all of our emails, text messages, tweets, Facebook posts, data sitting in the cloud – you name it, all of our digital information and communication basically lives forever - always discoverable in some fashion. What does this new era of radical transparency mean for corporate communicators? This Brunswick Review article written by Phil Riggins offers tips on how to cope with this new reality.
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