Nasdaq has expanded its Directors Desk corporate governance offering through the establishment of two data centers in Ontario.

These locations will enable Nasdaq to more effectively service clients, and are similar to the centers already operating in the U.S. and Sweden. “With stepped-up pressure on Canadian companies, boards are seeking ways to improve their performance and effectiveness,” says Adam Ross, vice president and head of Governance Solutions at Nasdaq.

Companies can use Directors Desk as a document and file management system. It allows for digital rights management with varying levels of access, which means executives can share sensitive information online more easily and securely.

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