They say all good things come to an end. This applies to the world of software too. As technology evolves, software programs become obsolete. At some point, it becomes too costly for the vendor to continue updates, security, and customer support.
Since Microsoft rolled out its Office 365 plans, enterprises everywhere have adopted this flexible suite of cloud-based applications. Maybe your enterprise is one of them. But are you making the most of the newest capabilities in Office 365?
Many enterprises have jumped on the Cloud bandwagon in recent years due to the many benefits it offers for business growth. However, many of them believe moving to the Cloud will solve ALL their IT challenges. While cloud services do make many tasks easier, taking advantage of cloud services doesn’t necessarily simplify complex computer architecture.
It’s not a surprise if your enterprise follows a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy in today’s digital work environment. The many advantages of employees using personal devices for work include contributing to employee satisfaction, improving productivity, and enabling remote work while saving you money.
The workplace environment has changed dramatically, with technology evolving at breakneck speed for better efficiency. It makes one wonder what the modern digital workplace will look like in the new decade starting in 2020.
You’re logging into a website you visit often and—unexpectedly—the site asks you to reset your password. You’re concerned. Has someone hacked your account? Has a data breach occurred? Can this site’s security be trusted?
News reports today are full of stories about cyberattacks, data breaches and internet scams that affect businesses and their customers across all industries. As soon as a new defense is in place, hackers find new way to break through it. Threats will not be slowing down anytime soon. It’s no wonder cybersecurity measures are constantly
This is likely not news to you – healthcare providers handle a lot of sensitive and confidential information concerning patients’ health and finances that are tremendously valuable to hackers. In a digital workplace rife with hackers and data breaches, many industries are struggling to keep their cybersecurity up to date, including the healthcare industry. When patients
Today’s hyper-fast digital workplace, and the ever-growing technological advances available, have opened markets and opportunities for businesses all over the world. But, this growth also brings the exposure to cyber threats and risks. Every enterprise has their own understanding and perspective about business priorities and risks they are willing to accept. For example, a preference
Imagine you’re the CIO of a hospital group, managing at least 8,000 devices that currently run the Windows 7 operating system. Right now, you’re staring down the barrel of the end of life for Windows 7. Where do you go from here? Today, most work done in a corporate environment gets accomplished using the Microsoft