Let’s face it, you are busy. You are constantly putting out fires, struggling to keep up with deadlines, and feeling as if you are doing everything alone.
Over the last year, many organizations struggled to keep their private data secure against cyberthreats as they rushed to adapt to pandemic-inspired shifts in workforce and operations.
A security incident can topple an organization's reputation and revenue in a short amount of time. As billionaire Warren Buffet once said, "it takes 20 years to develop a reputation and five minutes to ruin it." Keeping that in mind, it’s ideal to have an incident response plan in place before a security breach occurs.
Global events, such as recessions and pandemics, create enormous social and economic challenges that impact organizations and their management.
The last year and a half have taught us that the world can experience a tremendous change in a short time. Whether it’s rapid technological advancements, cyberattacks, stalling economies, or even a global pandemic, only resilient organizations can weather these storms.
The major upheavals of the last couple of decades, such as the global recession and the COVID-19 pandemic, have demonstrated that firms will suffer severe setbacks if their supply chains are not resilient.
When was the last time you conducted a comprehensive technology audit? If it's been a while or hasn't happened at all, you're probably vulnerable to a cyberattack.
The workplace is no longer a building—it’s an entire ecosystem of people working at home, in the office and on the go.
When used strategically, technology can help small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) develop a more productive, efficient, and innovative workforce.
After the ups and downs of the last year and a half, the business world is making its way into 2022 with renewed optimism. Business executives are contemplating strategies to start the year with a strong quarter by adapting to the new normal.