There are far more businesses struggling than thriving during these times, and those that are facing hardships must adapt quickly.
Most companies, about 70 percent, were already on their way to completing a digital transformation. It seems, however, that most of them were not completed enough to avoid complications from COVID-19.
No one could have foreseen the current state of the world 12 months ago, but one group is always ready to mobilize quickly. Cyber criminals.
Matching technology with human awareness to enhance endpoint protection
Problems forming in the network industry are outpacing the solutions being created. A large number of company’s have been forced to utilize high-cost, custom solutions in order to achieve maximum performance and improve individual application.
In today's age, companies that are prepared for the worst are the most likely to survive. With risks including cyberattacks, natural disasters, or even hardware failure, it is imperative you have recovery plans in place.
The current crisis will drive down home values, and we all wish we had a crystal ball that could tell us exactly when the numbers will be in our favor for that next big purchase.
Understanding the many different cybersecurity threats, and how to manage them, is critical to ensure your company’s protection.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought about a phenomenon we've never experienced before - a mass migration of workers from the corporate office to their homes.
Generally speaking, we can describe digital transformation as the incorporation of digital technology across the entire enterprise, changing how businesses deliver value to consumers.
Electronic health records have become one of the most sought-after objectives for cyber criminals, from state-sponsored espionage to run-of-the-mill hackers.