According to the New York Times and Microsoft, Millennials will comprise 75 percent of the workforce by 2025. After a revolution in the workplace spurred by technology, companies are finding that a balanced approach may be the most effective. Our team of technicians at Capital Network Solutions can help you modernize your workplace to meet the needs of your diverse workforce. Call CNS today to learn more about our Windows 10 and Office 365 solutions.
Formula One auto racing is one of the most expensive sports in the world. Experts estimate the cost of building a Formula One car at roughly $12.2 million. Meanwhile, the annual cost of running a mid-tier team totals about $120 million. For a top-tier team like Renault Sport, those operating costs range even higher. With so much money on the line against stiff competition in every single F1 race, it becomes imperative to spend money wisely. By partnering with Microsoft, Renault Sport Formula gained the competitive advantage that they need to outrace their competition.
At this point, we're used to cyberattacks threatening the safety of our data, devices and networks, but our food? As it turns out, a new report by University of Minnesota researchers suggests that attacks on industrial control systems could lead to contaminated food. Such attacks could lead to public health issues, environmental damage, harm to food production workers, destroyed equipment and more. Click to read about this and other data breach news stories, including attacks on Kaiser Permanente members in Sacramento, schools in Washington and donut companies in New York.
According to a recent study, 80 percent of employee time is spent collaborating with others. That's four days of each work week spent on teamwork. If you don't have a collaborative environment for your workers, you may find it takes a long time to make decisions, go to market, and respond to customers. At Capital Network Solutions, we have a team of experienced professionals. We want to help you plan and integrate new solutions like Microsoft Teams that can help you boost productivity by 17 percent. Contact us today to learn more about how we're positioned to help you achieve more.
The team at Lay Bare Waxing Salon transformed their entire IT ecosystem through the use of Microsoft Azure. This Microsoft cloud computing service helped Lay Bare implement time-saving processes and manage their branch operations. Lay Bare standardized their procedures, which allowed them to create a consistent client experience. They even used the "ecosystem for the digital space" that is Microsoft Azure to design the Lay Bare app.
Changing offices is often a sign of success for a business. At the same time, an office move is also one of the complicated and stressful business events you will ever experience. However, there is no more crucial task than a seamless IT transition from the old office to the new. It’s an inconvenience if you don’t get all the office furniture set up in time. But failing to get your internet service set up in time is a potential work-stopper. Few businesses can function properly without access to email and the internet.
Everyone wants to know: “What does the future of work look like?” It’s a difficult question to answer, considering the constant changes in workforce demands and advancements in HR technology. And according to a recent employee engagement survey, only 28 percent of respondents said their company focuses on employee engagement and 20 percent said they don’t regularly measure their employee engagement. This leaves a lot of room for improvement. Here’s a quick look into what we can expect in the future of work.
For many years, hiring people with disabilities got portrayed as an act of corporate responsibility or a public relations maneuver. However, new studies prove something quite different: hiring people with disabilities is simply good for business. Click to read an article that demonstrates how companies that hire people with disabilities tend to outperform their competition.
The Ponemon Institute released the 14th edition of its annual "Cost of a Data Breach Report" earlier this month. As you might expect, the numbers do not exactly inspire encouragement. According to the report, the average 2019 data breach cost $3.92 million, an increase of 1.3 percent over 2018. With cyberattacks growing both in volume and devastation, now is not the time to bury your head in the sand. In this week's network security news roundup, we look at data breaches affecting Florida schools, Oklahoma state troopers and the Boy Scouts of America.
For anyone who has been in business or IT, 2020 has taken on a semi-mythical place in our predicted futures, and not just in some of the amazing and fantastical predictions of the 19th century. We’ve all seen countless estimates and predictions of what to expect in 2020. Now that we are nearly two decades into this century and in close proximity from the year 2020, we can take a look at what we’ve seen in 2019 so far and finally begin to predict more accurately some of the cybersecurity threats we will likely be facing in healthcare in 2020 and beyond.