The devices we use most in the workplace have been undergoing a transition over the last several years. This is due to the fact that we have a workforce that’s more flexible and mobile than ever, as well as the advancement of mobile technology capabilities.
When you think about the digital tools you use the most every day, one that we’re completely dependant upon is our internet browser.
One of the lesser-known features of Microsoft 365 is inside Excel. It’s a database full of knowledge that you can tap into to reduce the time it takes to research, analyse, and report on all types of things.
Firmware holds a significant place in the hierarchy of systems that operate a computer or server. It sits outside the main operating system because it is the code that tells the operating system to boot up (among other things).
One of a small company’s biggest cybersecurity vulnerabilities is its user passwords. Passwords are often the only thing guarding volumes of company data stored in cloud solutions and they leave companies at risk for a couple of key reasons.
2020 was the year of the video meeting, and 2021 is looking to continue this new trend of necessity. With the pandemic forcing everyone inside, video conferences have allowed people to still conduct business virtually face-to-face.
We’re crossing the 1-year mark since the coronavirus pandemic drastically changed the way we live and work. While there is hope on the horizon, the “normal” that the world will be going back to will look different than the one it left behind.
In February 2021, Microsoft announced a brand-new platform that promises to be the next new trend in employee engagement. Microsoft Viva is noted as the first employee experience platform of its kind, designed to bring several key components of a healthy, happy, and engaged work life together.
Whether you’re working with on-premises software, cloud solutions, or both, it’s important to ensure that your cybersecurity measures continue to evolve along with the newest threats.