Any successful business has information that should be closely guarded. Most certainly things like customer lists and pricing systems should beprotected. Internal systems that improve efficiency and communicationsshould also be shielded from competitors and outsiders. Confidential employee and management information must be kept from anyone not authorized to access and use it.
How do we do all that? Are those all the things we need to keep secret?
Mark Borkowski explains, for us in today's Next! article, why secrecy is so important and how we should protect our proprietary information.
Keeping Secrets (Shhhhh . . .)