On February 4, 2021, House and Senate Democrats introduced the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act of 2021. This is followed by an earlier version of the PRO Act that passed in February of 2020. If this act passed it would be the most significant labor law reform in the United States since the World War II-
The past year has been a whirlwind of changes not only for organizations and businesses, but for life in general. With all of the changes that have gone on we have seen organizations mature, build amazing resilience, and come to grips with this new reality that people can actually be more productive from home. With the last year as a testing ground many companies have announced plans for post pandemic work life.
Digital transformation is one of those industry buzzwords that has gotten tossed around like crazy. Throughout the industry, vendors all talk about digital transformation as a piece of hardware, a change of the way that you do your bandwidth, or a piece of software, when in actuality digital transformation is so much more.
During the pandemic many things have changed from working, to engaging with people and even events. With so many changes it is inevitable that events evolve as well. From in person to virtual events, conference leaders have developed a hybrid event model which is a tradeshow, conference, unconference, seminar, workshop or other meeting that combines a "live" in-person
We almost hear daily about data breaches that expose sensitive information about businesses and people. These breaches and attacks are costing companies not only a lot of money, but time and their reputations. In attempt to win against these cyber attacks many companies are using layers of security and remote management to access their information.
Cyber threats are increasing in both sophistication and volume every day. As the threats and attacks grow so does the need for protection against these threats. With many organizations lacking the resources to protect themselves, technology companies have come up with Managed Detection and Response (MDR).