When you picture someone working IT, who comes to mind? I would be willing to bet that most of the time, it is a man. As a recently exploding field, one might assume that the traditional distribution of male to female percentages in the workforce changed with the times.
If you’re like most people, your cybersecurity routine consists of relying on antivirus software you might not be able to name, is probably outdated, and wasn’t that great to begin with. Next gen antivirus is an absolute necessity if a business wants to stay ahead in this never-ending battle of internet security.
During the season of giving, it can feel like you are just giving too much and throwing in the towel is looking more and more appealing with every second. Holidays are an extremely stressful time for everyone. There is year end financials to get in order, everyone is making a big push to get through the next month, and time seems to be a premium.
Here it comes, that foreboding sense of dread. Problems are flying at you from every direction. As a business owner, you know that sinking feeling in the pit of your gut well. This time, your outdated computer systems have crashed. Again. You’re not 100% sure what happened, but it’s causing major headaches for your sales manager and severely limiting her ability to communicate with clients.
In this modern era, running a small business or even a medium sized business takes a lot more strategy than it used to. The market is flooded with competitors, large and small, and networking goes far beyond your local boys club. There are so many factors that go into starting and maintaining that business, that it can become easily overwhelming for a small team to handle.
Legal technology has become crucial for an effective law practice – both in the private sector and the public sector. Gone are the days of large rooms packed with file cabinets. The large law libraries you may see when you walk into an office now are generally used for aesthetic effect.
Classrooms have been transforming alongside every change of society as long as the educational system itself has existed. From the marble halls containing the scrolls of ancient Greece and Rome to modern classrooms with online textbooks; it has been a reflection of the culture and concerns of society at large.