If you’re like most employees in the workforce, there are likely people with whom you have trouble working. Although worker traits are as deeply embedded in their personalities as they are capable of causing employee infighting and lowered morale, many disagreements arising in the workplace stem from a far more surmountable issue: the communication barriers imposed by outdated or inefficient technology.
Just in the past year or so, sales tech consolidation has received increased attention as the next big thing in the sales industry. And for good reason: dozens of sales tech companies consolidated in 2015, with the clincher coming at the end of the year when Salesforce acquired quote-to-cash vendor SteelBrick.
In today’s digital world, there are countless ways in which sensitive corporate data can find its way into the wrong hands. But while your customers are focused on protecting information with email encryption and network firewalls, one of their employees could have left a physical document unattended in the printer tray — a major (and completely avoidable) security risk.
Today’s modern customers are challenging product and solutions providers to create technologies that deliver the utmost user experience typically found in consumer technologies. Security and business leaders seek more robust interfaces on which to see and interact with data and real-time events. Platforms must be easy-to-use and operate, and integrate with other security functions for efficient event and notification management.
An insufficient disaster recovery plan is much like a lack of blood flow to the brain. If a disaster strikes, the damage to your organization can be difficult, if not impossible to overcome. Consider the cost you might incur if lightning struck and took down your primary business server. Would your patients’ medical records and other healthcare-related data be recoverable? How long would it take for your organization to be back up and running?
Every day we hear about new struggles in healthcare. One ongoing concern is the Zika virus, a growing problem that the World Health Organization recently deemed a global public health emergency and has caused the CDC to issue travel alerts. But there is another problem plaguing healthcare that affects every single one of us, every day — the security of the information infrastructure that enables modern healthcare to exist.
Businesses with multiple locations, call centers, complex call requirements, and extensive feature customizations often require a more sophisticated and expensive business communications system. But what about the average, single-location small business with less than 10 employees and relatively simple call requirements? They also deserve the same access to advanced unified communications (UC) features, with the versatility and affordability of a leading-edge VoIP business solution.
Data sovereignty has garnered a lot of press and discussion over the last few months. But ask data owners, data creators, and those who process data what data sovereignty truly means and you will probably get many unique answers.
Recent regulations in the healthcare market have serious implications for MSPs and their healthcare clients, but the right compliance strategy can add value for everyone.
In 2016, organizations in highly regulated industries will increase their use of cloud solutions to support and complement their existing technology infrastructure.