The year is slipping by and your organization simply has too many tasks and initiatives that require your attention. You’ve committed a large percentage of your technology spend to some innovative projects that will have a real impact on revenue, and your IT staff is almost drowning in work.
Very few things appreciate in value after purchase. If you bought a Picasso in 1910, diamonds in 1960, or Apple stock in 1985 you’d be pretty happy with your investment today, however most consumer goods, particularly technology-based ones, don’t fare so well.
Organizations today continue to focus on strengthening data security. From implementing multi-factor identification to encrypting files at rest and in transit, the urgency of protecting information from unauthorized access is increasing, particularly in light of ongoing data breaches, legislative ...
Olympic buzz and excitement are building. Team are finalizing selections – some favorites are left out as new favorites emerge – and athletes from around the world will soon be packing their skis, boards, skates, brooms, and sticks for PyeongChang.