Though our title is rooted in sarcasm, it’s designed to get your attention on this key topic: preventing data loss.
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Ever have an employee buying something on eBay at work? How about checking their online profile on a dating site? The recent Hillary Clinton email scandal made me think of how the lines between people's business and personal lives are becoming blurred in part, by technology. In case you had not heard, Ms. Clinton had exclusively used a private email account while serving as Secretary of State.
Our family just bought a new short-haired greyhound / lab mix, an adorable puppy named Charlie. Like most puppies, Charlie is extremely enthusiastic, eager to please, and a just a tad bit out of control.
Thank you for joining us on this journey to IT Enabled Growth. We hope you found this information useful and picked up a few tips that will help you align your technology strategy to your strategic objectives.
So, how has Connections for Business enabled over 2,000 customers turn their technology into a competitive advantage and growth enabler? Unlike traditional managed service providers or break/fix models, Connections for Business starts with your business objectives in our proven, 5-step process to IT enabled growth.
Downtime. Audits. Regulations. Security breaches. Customer expectations. These are only a few of the things that put your business at risk when not managed proactively and effectively. Whether you want to deal with them or not, they are real threats and cannot be swept under the rug.
Remember when we needed to remember things? The other day I was standing in the grocery store and went completely blank as to what I came to buy. I had not captured a list in my phone, and had to call my wife to get it.
A consulting firm recently surveyed 412 technology and business professionals responsible for the technology needs of small (99 or fewer employees) and small mid-market (100 to 250 employees) organizations in North America.