A guide for returning to the workplace

As businesses strive for economic stability in the wake of the coronavirus, recent surveys conducted by CNBC reveal that most large corporations are planning to have over half of their workforce back on site in September. Major factors such as a potential vaccine (albeit vague, uncertain progress toward one) and a possible second wave of infections, however, have made the plan for transition an incredibly complex one.

How to improve the quality of video conference calls

Video conference calls are now a vital part of any modern workplace, paving the way for more efficient teleworking activities.

According to recent studies, 76% of workers use this technology to work remotely, with nearly all experiencing a significant increase in productivity, workplace connection, and enhanced work-life balance.

4 Business strategies to implement during the COVID-19 pandemic

Every day, thousands of people in the United States are testing positive for coronavirus, and there’s no doubt that businesses are also taking a huge hit. Many companies are either furloughing nonessential staff or shutting down. So far, there’s no surefire strategy to guarantee your business’s survival during the crisis, but there are some strategies you can do right now to keep your employees healthy, productive, and secure.

5 Steps to create a foolproof disaster recovery plan in 2020

In a phrase widely attributed to Benjamin Franklin, failing to plan is planning to fail. Obviously, he wasn’t referring to today’s technology-driven business environment, but the sentiment couldn’t be any more relevant. If you’re not prepared for a cyberattack, natural disaster, or other IT failure, then there’s a chance your business could end up closing its doors for good should the worst happen.

How to ensure your business stays HIPAA-compliant in 2020

It’s been almost 25 years since the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) came into force, but many healthcare providers and business associates are still having a hard time keeping track of the requirements. The fact that most medical records now exist in digital form makes matters even harder since tech today looks very different now compared to how it did in 1996.

What are the safeguards you’re required to put in place?
Every organization working in the healthcare sector, including those that handle patient health information (PHI) on behalf of covered entities, needs to pay close attention to three key areas and conduct yearly audits to ensure that their privacy and security controls are up to scratch.

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