Do you want to give your employees the freedom to work from anywhere, but aren't sure where to start in terms of securing company data on their personal devices? Check out this article to learn more about how to protect your company data across all devices. At Capital Network Solutions, Inc., we can help protect your company data, no matter where it's accessed from. Contact our team to learn more.
It's no secret that teamwork is one of the key ingredients to a successful business. But in today's interconnected world, teams don't need to be in the same location to make teamwork work. In other words, you need to make sure that every team member gets equipped with the right tools for collaborating and communicating on a project. So how do you determine which tools are right for your organization and teams? And what should you look for when evaluating prospective teamwork solutions?
As Climatec expanded, they came to need a single, all-encompassing solution to connect multiple offices, adapt easily to business processes, and support employees out in the field. Like Climatec, your company can use automation and connected interactions to improve employee experience and customer satisfaction and innovate with proactive service. Contact Capital Network Solutions, Inc. to learn more about Dynamics 365 for Field Service and how it sets organizations apart by keeping the customer at the center of the business.
In the sport of NASCAR, quick, clear and effective communication can make the difference between winning and losing. To achieve high-speed communication and collaboration, Hendrick turned to Microsoft Teams. Hendrick chose Microsoft for its efficient communication capabilities, with all tools accessible in a single, convenient location. The racing team also preferred Microsoft's enterprise-grade, end-to-end security.
In this special edition of the CNS Data Breach Report, Sacramento journalist Daniel Barnes collects news stories about cybersecurity concerns related to the coronavirus pandemic. With more Americans working from home than ever, hackers are already stepping up their attacks on hospitals and other vulnerable organizations.
Organizations are increasingly coming to rely on software as a service, replacing applications that have previously been hosted on-premises. In April, Gartner predicted that SaaS global revenue would grow to $143.7 billion by 2022. There are many benefits to a SaaS approach – lower costs, no on-premises equipment or software to operate, no updates or patches to manage. But who owns the data? Who has responsibility for compliance? And what questions should customers ask a potential SaaS vendor to determine whether their data will be compliant in their service?
The vital role that cybersecurity plays in protecting our privacy, rights, freedoms and everything up to and including our physical safety will be more prominent than ever during 2020. As the world becomes increasingly connected, the opportunities for bad guys to take advantage will inevitably increase. Here’s what will be top of the agenda when it comes to cybersecurity over the coming year.
The modern, decentralized workforce makes reliable and efficient communication more complicated and more critical than ever. Kim DeLine, COO for live streaming company Elevate K-12, advises that businesses tackle the problem by creating a "culture of empathy." In this post, we share a Forbes article in which DeLine outlines successful strategies for building engagement and celebrating diversity in your distributed workforce.
The 2010s made one thing clear: Tech is everywhere in life. But what about new tech? Here are the tech advancements coming your way in 2020.
Every month, Sacramento journalist Daniel Barnes compiles the latest cyberattack news coverage affecting organizations across the United States. In this month's post, Daniel looks at data breaches affecting a credit union in Idaho, a nonprofit organization in Maine and a school district in nearby Lodi, California.