WorkSpace is part of NASDAQ's plan to enhance collaboration among the IR, PR and corporate secretary communities.
Companies can use social media outlets like Twitter and Facebook to announce key compliance information, so long as investors are told in advance.
Corporate Secretary speaks with industry experts about secure board portals
Most companies do not conduct IT audit risk assessments, but audits often reveal efficiency improvements that could mean cost savings.
Although social media is transforming how most companies operate, most boards have yet to establish a clear link between its use and improving financial returns.
Companies are finding that implementation plans and security issues need to be a focus before integrating current IT systems into Cloud.
O’Connor says the new service is Computershare’s response to its customer requests for ‘a more cost-effective and efficient way to communicate with our holders.’
Walk each director through the digital board book page by page, explaining all functions.
Leon Milligan sees changes on the horizon for online reporting trends.
Having a variety of apps can make life much easier.
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