Articles Tagged "Infrastructure"
Cybersecurity Tips for Your Distributed Workforce
The way we work today has opened the door for increased security risks. Employees play a critical role, and employers can help boost their vigilance. Some tips.
Why Other Countries Aren't as Bullish on Remote Work
There are significant benefits to remote work, and US organizations are capitalizing on them. But not all countries are on board with the growing trend.
What Happens When Your Digital Toolbox Becomes Infrastructure?
The complex set of tools that got us through the last two years of remote work is evolving into a digital workplace infrastructure. What does this mean for ROI?
The Elements of Content Management Systems That Enable Remote Work
While most enterprises have an enterprise content management system in place, not all are built for remote workers. Here's what they need.
Why US Businesses Are Adopting a Zero Trust Model With Technology
In response to the growing number of cyberattacks, the U.S. is developing a zero trust technology strategy in conjunction with the private sector. Here's why.
Why Enterprises Are Bringing Their Workloads to Multi-Cloud Environments
With evolving technology and increasing complexity, more enterprises are moving their workloads to multi-cloud environments. Here's why.
Firstbase Brings in $15M in Funding to Help Companies Transition, Manage Remote Work
Last week Firstbase announced $15 million in two different funding rounds for the newly refocused company.
A Look at What's Been Driving Top IT Support Requests During the Pandemic
What has the ticket support call line looked like for IT leaders over the past year and how have IT leaders tackled these requests?
If You Want Your Software to Succeed, Don't Build Sports Cars Without the Roads
Companies often treat non-functional requirements and system design as an afterthought, overlooking essentials like security, monitoring and scaling.
Is It Time to Say Goodbye to Legacy Systems or Is There Life in Them Yet?
Legacy systems can be like old friends: they may walk a little slower and need to rest more often, but they still have your back when you need them.