How Top Performing Organizations are Fostering Inclusive Collaboration Following Enterprise Connect – Microsoft Teams Roundup: March 2019
Enterprise Connect, the leading conference for enterprise-level collaboration and communication, is taking place this week and we have already seen a great number of remarkable new announcements from top players about the future of collaboration and communication in...
You’ve been there. Whether you’re an IT professional or an end user, you’ve either felt or witnessed the frustration of constantly changing passwords and needing to remember dozens of solutions.
3 Reasons Key Decision Makers Are Rethinking Their Organization’s Technology following Microsoft Inspire 2018
It’s time to get used to being comfortable with being uncomfortable. After Microsoft Inspire, top-level executives are reevaluating their organization’s technology. They see that the future is in productive, integrative products that automate processes and boost security.
User adoption and training processes are common issues with introducing new technology. With the right approach, organizations are boosting productivity and maintaining a tight budget.
Promoting Company Culture: How Executives Are Driving Culture in Their Growing Organizations by Upgrading Conference Rooms
Culture is the lifeblood of a successful organization. It is an organization’s personality—the way it “feels” to work at and to work with. It is the complete summation of a company’s values, purpose, and ethics. It is vital for the culture to be consistent throughout...
How the C-Suite is Phasing Out Frustrating Conference Room Technology and Driving Collaboration in 2018
In the modern digital age, meeting rooms as we think of them are a thing of the past. With technology making it not only be easier but essential for team members to work off-site and to have easy contact with clients in different regions, it is imperative...
Let’s face it: Cybersecurity attacks are happening constantly. In 2016 alone an average of 55,000 devices were compromised by Ransomware every month. Whether specifically targeted or automated, these attacks can range from individual data phishing to financial crimes of a monumental scale. While there do exist several cyberattacks that result from faults of the software, these bugs and flaws are often caught early on and patched out. In fact, per reports, most cyberattacks are a direct result of some form of human error.