Thanks to improvements in digital workspace technology over the past several years, distributed workforces — with all their benefits — became an increasingly viable option for businesses. But despite the promise of cost savings, business agility, and employee flexibility, leadership inertia and fears thwarted most widespread attempts at this paradigm shift.
Would employees stay on a task outside a physical office space? Would the company culture survive? As we’ve come to see, these fears — while understandable — were unwarranted.
The global pandemic catalyzed organizations to act in spite of the barriers. It accelerated a cross-industry shift to remote work that had been poised to materialize but had been stymied by the status quo.
And not only did the sky not fall, but the clouds also parted to reveal new opportunities. Companies that were previously lagging behind in terms of remote work and digital experience were able to make swift gains, putting them within the sights of the competition. And improvements in productivity, employee satisfaction, recruitment, and cost savings make it unlikely that businesses will ever return to a fully location-based model.View Whitepaper
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Behavioral analytics tops the list of cybersecurity best practices
The majority of enterprise companies have hundreds of apps deployed in the cloud, and that trend is expected to continue, according to a new survey by IDG. That said, 52% of companies find that securing those apps continues to be challenging.
But that doesn’t mean that the remaining 48% are fully confident in their cloud app security or are fully aware of all of the facets of cloud security they should be considering. Enterprise companies have deployed hundreds of applic ...
Determining which edge and cloud security vendor is the right fit for your organization can be challenging. Read this guide for evaluating the leading enterprise solutions so you can choose with confidence.
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These days, more of your people—maybe even your entire workforce—are working from home. Your operations have shifted, and your cybersecurity needs to, too. But even as the potential for risk widens amidst a rapidly evolving threat landscape, you can help keep your agency safe and your people productive.
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