Small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) face plenty of challenges related to IT. The most pressing one today is getting employees to collaborate when they’re literally miles apart. This is largely because many businesses were forced into long-term remote work arrangements as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hospitals and health systems are a prime target for cybercriminals, and this won’t change anytime soon. That’s because healthcare organizations have massive stores of personally identifiable information (PII) that fetch high prices in the black market.
Implementing a bring your own device (BYOD) program is a great way to reduce costs and improve employee productivity. It’s far cheaper than providing business-issued devices to all your employees, and people tend to work more efficiently when they’re using the things they’re most familiar with.
Many of us don’t pay nearly as much attention to our online privacy as we should, but things are changing as news of high-profile data breaches and scandals come to light. In fact, a recent survey found that half of US citizens don’t trust the way organizations collect and use their personal data, and almost two-thirds have suffered a data breach.