Remote Work & Information Sharing Findings to be Revealed Next Week

Since 2007, CCC has partnered with Outsell, Inc., to conduct quantitative research into how copyrighted content is used in a variety of industries. We’ll be reporting on the insights from the 2023 Information Seeking & Consumption study on Wednesday, 1 February at 10:00 a.m. EST.

We know that the use of published content is critical to accelerating knowledge and powering innovation, yet the sharing of that information without first obtaining copyright permissions carries potential risk. We produce these surveys to help those responsible for copyright compliance, such as legal counsel and information/knowledge managers, see how knowledge workers access and share information. Here are a few highlights:

  • The shift to hybrid and remote work has created new dynamics for information and content sharing. Our 2023 survey found that remote workers share more often and with more people than in 2020.
  • Companies are discussing copyright policies more often than in the past, but employees’ behaviors and attitudes around sharing content don’t reflect that.
  • Executives have the highest level of awareness about copyright policy, but their own sharing practices aren’t always aligned with those policies.

Join me and Ned May, Chief Operating Officer for Outsell, Inc., on Wednesday 1 February 2023 at 10:00 a.m. EST (16:00 CET) for a full review of the 2023 Information Seeking and Consumption study.

View our webcast preview or register today.


Author: Stephen Garfield

Stephen Garfield joined CCC in 2005 and is the director of corporate account management. Stephen is responsible for the annual renewal of corporate licensing solutions, which today generate just over $150 million, as well as overseeing a strategic account management plan designed to help companies educate their employees on copyright law. 
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