Does Your Workforce Data Fly Securely in the Cloud?
March 31, 2017
Does Your Workforce Data Fly Securely in the Cloud? For globally inclined businesses, the data cloud has become nearly indispensable. In fact, research consultancies estimate that worldwide spending on public cloud services will climb from a $70 billion industry in 2015 to over $141 billion in 2019. Decisions to turn to the cloud for your […]
Are You A-OK with BYOD?
April 24, 2014
In growing numbers, businesses are experimenting with the concept of allowing their employees to use their own mobile devices (laptops, cellphones and tablets) at work, for work. Since 2007, the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) craze has seen an increase in popularity because it reduces employer costs while increasing productivity by giving employees added flexibility, both personally and professionally.
It’s That Time of Year Again: Tax Phishing Season
March 20, 2017
It’s That Time of Year Again: Tax Phishing Season With tax season upon us, so are security concerns. Con artists – or “malicious actors” as they’re known in information technology (IT) circles – understand that people may be more susceptible to a well-crafted phishing email during tax-filing and refund time. For example, you would most […]
What Every Employee Should Know About Computer Security
February 4, 2014
No longer is computer security exclusively the responsibility of the IT department. At every level in your company, executives, managers and employees should take responsibility to protect your data and, by extension, your reputation. Take these five precautions to help avoid a security break.
How to Find Your (HR Tech) Soul Mate
February 9, 2017
How to Find Your (HR Tech) Soul Mate Shopping for the right HR software for your business is not unlike dating. But with no apps or online match sites for human capital management (HCM), how do you compare and sort through all those vendors vying to win your company’s heart? How do you sort through […]