Discover How to Increase Data Security in Your Mobile Data Collection with New Workspaces and Expanded Security Settings
SurveyCTO Collect is even more secure now. Best practices such as industry-leading end-to-end encryption, GDPR-compliant setups, SOC 2 Type 1 certification are already baked into the product, but in our latest release, we’ve added a new set of options to help you improve data security and organize your work. With this new addition, you can be confident you’re using a tool with unmatched security.
If you work on data collection projects for multiple clients or outsource data collection to other organizations, then you’re probably familiar with the hassle of keeping track of various information. To do so, you may even use different ways to separate forms, data, and settings on SurveyCTO Collect. But now you can easily keep things organized using the new SurveyCTO Collect “workspaces”. These new spaces will allow you to clearly separate and restrict forms, data, and settings in each device across different servers, teams, or projects.
Join us on Wednesday, August 4, 2021, at 1 PM UTC / 9 AM EST for our next webinar, where you’ll learn about the new data security improvements.
REGISTER TODAYAs data collection becomes increasingly decentralized, it’s critical to have control over certain mobile settings from the server-side. With this latest release, the new server-side mobile settings will help you gain more control over devices’ security and enforce your organization’s information security policies.
What you’ll learn
In this webinar, discover how to leverage these new SurveyCTO functionalities to your use case as we explore the following:
- Setting up SurveyCTO Collect workspaces
- Configuring workspaces for different servers, teams, or projects; each with its own forms and settings
- Customizing new mobile security settings, such as requiring dedicated workspaces, on the server-side to lock down data on the mobile devices connected to your server
- Enforcing your organization’s information security policies across devices and using new security options and restrictions at the user role level
- And much more!
With these new features, you’ll be able to step up your game and increase your data and information security policy enforcement across all your users, devices, and projects.
How to attend
Register today for this live event that will be held on August 4, 2021, at 1 PM UTC / 9 AM EST. We post video recordings of all webinars in our video library and share them on our Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn pages.
Time: 1 PM UTC / 9 AM EST
Accelerating the Accelerators 2021: Thriving Forward
About this event
Join purpose-first ESO leaders; accelerators, incubators, competitions, and fellowships from around the globe to learn, collaborate and create the next generation of thriving founders, organizations and support for innovation toward a better world in 2021 and beyond.
DAY ONE (August 10th): THRIVING FOUNDERS – How do we best support the entrepreneurs who run the ventures doing the work on the ground? How do we help them thrive in all areas of personal/professional development?
DAY TWO (August 11th): THRIVING ORGANIZATIONS – How do we best support the ESOs that are training and mentoring the founders? How do we ensure that these organizations are able to grow and scale sustainably?
DAY THREE (August 12th): THRIVING ECOSYSTEMS – How do we ensure that we have a sustainable, accountable, and thriving ecosystem of support for all? How can we eliminate barriers and competition in the impact space of development?
This event has scheduled times each day:
August 10: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm PT
August 11: 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm PT
August 12: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm PT
Tickets are for all 3 Days , attendees will receive calendar invites for each day prior to the event.
Climate change is a growing challenge, with global carbon emissions increasing rapidly and greenhouse gas concentrations at record levels. If we are to reach the Paris climate agreement target of limiting the rise in global temperature to below 2°C, the transition needed will have huge effects on global economic growth.
An essential approach to mitigating carbon emissions is to embrace the circular economy. Endorsed by the G20 energy ministers in September 2020, the circular carbon economy (CCE) approach incorporates clean technologies such as carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) to store carbon underground, along with processes that turn CO2 into value-added products. The “four Rs” of CCE aim to reduce the amount of carbon that must be managed, reuse and convert emissions to valuable products, recycle carbon through natural processes and remove emissions from the system altogether.
The majority of greenhouse gases are emitted by the production of new materials and products, but following the covid-19 pandemic there is renewed resolve among manufacturers to focus on circular approaches. CCE enables all sectors and industries to collaborate in using available technologies and carbon-mitigation options for emissions reduction, and it provides solutions for research and policy in all markets. There is huge potential for the manufacturing and production ecosystem to integrate circular carbon systems at all levels, enabling industrial symbiosis, preventing emissions and creating climate-friendly structures that support sustainable development.
Join the Saudi Industrial Development Fund (SIDF) and The Economist Events for The Circular Carbon Economy: Managing carbon holistically, a virtual event bringing together industry leaders, policymakers, regulators and academics for a practical discussion on the policy and regulatory reforms needed to successfully advance clean-energy technologies and innovation.
4pm KSA │ 2pm BST │9am EDT
The Economist’s Climate Risk Virtual Week convenes thought leaders, investors, regulators, policy makers, sustainability professionals and scientists to delve deep into conversations about the impact that climate-related risks will have on businesses and how management can respond.
They will assess the best ways of measuring the exposure to physical and transition risk and how to improve disclosure and how to mitigate the threats from climate change litigation. They will put scenario analysis in practice so you can understand the implications of climate change for your business. The flip side of risk is opportunity – identifying opportunities to enhance and develop new products and services based on a better understanding of climate risk will play a big part.
Over three days, they discuss the case for speedy action on climate risk.
On Day 1 we look at climate change risk management within the financial services, Day 2 tackles the impact of climate change on high-impact sectors and Day 3 puts scenario analysis in practice, as well as highlighting some of the climate change market opportunities you can tap into.
Accelerating ESG practices for Asian LPs
Join them to dissect key ESG factors driving Asian investor portfolios and returns at the Responsible Investment Forum: APAC Investor Day on 16 September.
The Investor Day will create an intimate virtual setting for regional investors to knowledge-share challenges and opportunities associated with responsible investing and ESG practices.
Hear from specialists on Environment, Social, Governance, and beyond to understand best practices in decision-making and due diligence process.
Time: 8 AM UTC / 4 AM EST
Space is limited, register today! Registration deadline: September 17
“Failure is not the opposite of success, it’s part of success.”
From these candid and intimate “talks”, leave with concrete dos and don’ts you can bring to your own life.
- “The Fall and Rise of a Working Mom” | Carla Chamoun, Director of Credit & Operations, VITAS (Lebanon)
- “Humility” | Tine Knott, Senior Vice President, DAI
- “Co-opt, Convert and Take over: The Failure of Diversity in International Development” | Saraounia Mboka-Boyer, Systems and Institutional Governance Technical Advisor, International Rescue Committee
Master of Ceremonies: Kaelan Sullivan Fleury, Senior Specialist, Gender Equality and Social Inclusion, Chemonics
Hear the talks, participate in Q&A with the speakers, and then enjoy virtual networking with fellow participants in small groups.
Time: 10:00 AM ET l 2:00 PM GMT
The Impact Investing World Forum (IIWF) is focused on investments that are in line with concerns such as environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria and the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The event will feature speakers from the Big Issue Group, ClearlySo, Goldman Sachs, the MacArthur Foundation, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, UBS (Union Bank of Switzerland) and the World Bank Group’s International Finance Corporation. Among the sessions are “Driving Impact for the Most Vulnerable,” “Multi-Asset Class Portfolios to Accelerate and Expand Impact Capital,” and “The Imperative for Impact: the Global Context.”
Background on Organizer: IIWF, based in London, seeks to develop an investment community driven by “social impact.” This includes encouraging dialogue and action relating to the intersection of traditional arenas – such as investment banking, private equity, stock trading, venture capital and wealth management – with newer topics – such as ESG considerations, social finance, social impact bonds, sustainability, venture philanthropy, and emerging technologies such as blockchain and cryptocurrency. Financial data on the firm are unavailable.
Cost: The fee to attend is GPB 1,350 (USD 1,866) plus a value-added tax of 20 percent. This includes in-person or online access to all sessions, networking lunches and teas, membership in a private LinkedIn group, access to presenters’ slides, video recordings of the proceedings, direct interaction with the speakers, and access to the list of delegates. Discounts of over 60 percent are available as of July 7, until a date that has yet to be finalized.
Event Website: https://impactinvestingconferences.com/
For more information, you may email info[at]impactinvestingconferences.com or call +44 20 8938 3258.
By Teo Lin-Bianco, Research Associate
Sources and Additional Resources
IIWF registration page
UN Sustainable Development Goals
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GSG announces that this year’s virtual GSG Global Impact Summit: Building Impact Solutions for People and Planet will take place on 6-8 October 2021.
Join colleagues from across the impact movement over three days as we come together to work on a global recovery from Covid-19 and shape solutions towards a just and sustainable future. We will discover the best initiatives and real-world examples through engaging discussions, sharing practical tools and solutions to empower and inspire.
This is no ordinary event. This will be a highly connected and immersive experience for everyone involved in developing the impact movement for people and planet.