In the world of business, your data holds the key to understanding customers, market trends, and internal operations. Making the most of this information is crucial for improving customer experience, driving innovation, and enhancing overall productivity.
In today's business landscape, data isn't just power -- it's the very lifeline that fuels business decisions, drives innovations, and shapes strategies. However, businesses often find it difficult to effectively manage the vast amounts of data they hold, and that's where data management comes into play.
This blog reveals some of the most recent cyberattacks, breaches, and ransomware incidents that have recently shaken organizations worldwide. If you are a customer, employee, or partner for these organizations, your personal information, data, and hard-earned money could potentially be at risk.
In search of true love this Valentine’s Day, some people may just find themselves becoming the victim of a scam. Recent data shows that at least 18,000 domains that feature words like “love” or “valentine” were created in January alone. What’s concerning about this is the fact that 1 out of every 8 of these newly-created domains were made to defraud or scam users (source: Checkpoint). This statistic highlights the threats associated with a seemingly harmless celebration such as Valentine’s Day.
For most people, using the internet means opening a Google browser, or scrolling through social media apps like Facebook, YouTube, or Instagram. However, there are parts of the internet that go beyond what most people know and use. These are the deep web and the dark web.
Log in to Amazon, and you’ll see suggested products like winter decorations, novels, or toy recommendations for kids. Add that remote-controlled car into your cart for your nephew, and you’ll get recommendations for batteries and gift wrapping too. This is no accident – generative AI uses your past purchases and recent searches to curate this personalized display.
The desire to feel valued, recognized, and appreciated is universal in Western culture, not only in our personal lives but also in the workplace. According to Great Place To Work’s 2023 discretionary effort study, 37% of respondents said that more recognition at work “would encourage them to produce better work more often.
Wintertime can feel like a wonderland. There’s hot cocoa, cozy fireside conversations, glistening white snowfall…ice storms, power outages, and tons of employee sick days. You can’t predict the future, but a business continuity plan – BCP for short – ensures that unexpected events don’t slow you down because, in business, every minute counts – literally.
Each year on February 1st, we celebrate Change Your Password Day. While it’s not a holiday that gets you off work, it serves as a good opportunity each year to do a quick check-in and make sure you’re using strong passwords that will keep your accounts protected.
Is your company looking to hire an IT firm? Unfortunately, unless you’re tech-savvy or experienced with IT contracts, there can be hidden costs that you wouldn’t expect or know to look for. While it can sound appealing to go for the cheapest firm, that decision can end up costing you more in the long run due to carve-outs and hidden fees in the contract.