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Monthly Round-up: Client Project Highlights

March may have been full of madness, but it was also full of great marketing content for our clients. Here are some recent client highlights we’d like to share. Happy reading! 

The Cost of a Data Breach for Healthcare Providers

Client: CDW Healthcare

Description: When there’s a data breach in healthcare, both patients and providers pay a price. This eBook discusses the true cost of data breach – from compliance violations to loss of trust – and why an improved, comprehensive approach to data, network and device security is so vital in today’s world of ransomware attacks, advanced phishing schemes and even lost devices.

IBM InterConnect: 4 Things Learned from the IBM Events App

Client: LinkedIn

Description: Last month, LinkedIn attended IBM InterConnect 2016 where tech audiences met to focus on mobile, cloud and IT. And, of course, a tech audience at a tech event expects…tech! This blog post provides an overview of IBM InterConnect 2016’s impressive IBM Events app (iOS, Android) and the key points that made this mobile strategy a success for both IBM and conference attendees.

Transplace Highlights Shipper Symposium 2016

Client: Transplace

Description: In May, Transplace will host its 14th Shipper Symposium! In anticipation for this exciting event, take a peek at this blog post, which highlights the key speakers that supply chain and transportation attendees can expect to hear over the course of the 3-day event – from CEOs and economists to even a former major league baseball player.

Be sure to visit again next month for another round-up of client highlights! Interested in learning more about the projects we’ve featured here? Send an email to info@outlookmarketingsrv.com or drop us a line via Twitter @OutlookMktg, LinkedIn or Facebook.







Author: Stacy Greenberg, Content Manager, Outlook Marketing Services


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