In addressing critical sustainability issues, digital transformation can be an important tool. Small and Medium businesses (SMBs) are always looking for ways to increase their profitability and efficiency, and with that, they look to use their resources effectively to improve performance and increase profits.
Back in the day, if you were to receive a spam email and open it or use a random thumb drive, you could end up being a victim of a cyber-attack. Although times have changed and technology has evolved, so have the crimes against small and medium businesses (SMBs) as they are still targets for cyber-attacks.
Small and medium businesses (SMB) have been looking for ways to stay afloat after two years of remote work and maneuvering this new working culture. Keeping the SMBs in mind Microsoft has provided a hybrid solution with Microsoft Team Essential.
When done in a right way, digital transformation can reinvent any business process and significantly improve it. Unsurprisingly, providers of professional digital transformation services thrive, helping their clients embark on the digital transformation journey. But the paradox is that they sometimes pay insufficient attention to optimizing their own business with state-of-the-art technology.
Inefficient incident response to email attacks is costing businesses billions in losses every year. For many organizations, finding, identifying and removing email threats is a slow and manual process that takes too long and uses too many resources. As a result, attacks often have time to spread and cause more damage.
Cloud management platforms have emerged with the adoption of hyperscale computing technology and cloud providers. The main idea of the multi-cloud management platforms is to consolidate infrastructure information and to simplify control for users that feel overwhelmed with endless possibilities and configuration settings in different platforms, and need a tool that crystalizes important data. What drives the demand for cloud management platforms? Surveys show that ...
If you like TV series like IT Crowd or The Big Bang Theory, then you are spiritually close to the image of a genius, nerdy, sarcastic, and knowledge-obsessed researcher, geek programmer, mathematician, or scientist—in general, a guy with a sky-high IQ. There are plenty of them among expert software developers and engineers. Entrepreneurs and business leaders have a lot to learn from tech guys. We have prepared a shortlist with valuable positive qualities of the latter.