Upheaval and change define the recent job market. According to a CNBC poll, 50 percent of US workers say their workplace is understaffed, and 33 percent have seriously considered quitting in the past three months. This workplace unrest, a trend designated “the Great Resignation,” presents hiring challenges for employers.
May 2021, President Biden issued an executive order on federal cybersecurity. This order details ways to improve the nation’s cybersecurity by raising national standards. Options outlined by the order include removing barriers to shared cyber threats between federal contractors, modernization of federal cybersecurity, and much more.
The pitch meeting went well, and your business is chomping at the bit to make the idea a reality. The trouble is, innovations require new skills and new approaches. Pursuing these innovations leaves companies with questions on whether to use in-house employees or outsource the project to another software company altogether. Here are a couple of things to consider when asking yourself what direction to take a proposal.
The term cybersecurity evokes a futuristic society filled with neon, cool clothes, and lasers. However, cybersecurity encapsulates a growing problem for most modern businesses. A study last year by the FTC found cyber fraud alone cost $13.44 million in 2020. Companies should be aware of these important cybersecurity threats to avoid losing a lot of money.
Improvements in technology also mean new opportunities for crime. Cybercrime is a growing concern for businesses, as phishing emails, malware, and scams, cost more and more money each year. Cybersecurity can help protect you and your employees from losing sensitive information, time, money, and professional reputation. With data hacks and security breaches making national news, you can't afford to risk leaving your data unprotected.
Can you imagine this world without people? If you take away people, there’s no life. Life only happens because of and through people. People create life and we are not meant to live this life alone. We are meant to live in communities full of happiness, connection, and support. In the movie “Passenger”, Jim awakens Aurora after his pod malfunctions because he can’t bear the thought of living the rest of his life in isolation. We all need the feeling of inner connection with other human beings. People are the reason that life exists. They should always come first.
Many companies are now planning an eventual return to the office after working from home for a long time. Before you step back on campus, take a minute to consider how you can run your office more efficiently. In Time Tec offers several apps for compatible HP MFPs, that can help your office run better than ever before.
Change can be hard. It can be especially hard when we there is a change in the software or systems we use every day. We all know the groans and complaints that happen when Google changes its algorithm or Facebook updates its news feed. But what would happen if we never adapted to those changes? We would probably still be using AOL messenger and checking our beepers. Technology evolution is a given in the modern digital world. If you are operating on an old, outdated, or obsolete system in your business or agency, it is time to take a look at the benefits of updating, upgrading, and modernizing.
On Aug. 17th, Inc. magazine revealed that, for the 6th year in a row, In Time Tec has made its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy's most dynamic segment—its independent small businesses. Intuit, Zappos, Under Armour, Microsoft, Patagonia, and many other well-known names gained their first national exposure as honorees on the Inc. 5000.
Unfortunately, the spread of the COVID Delta variant calls the return to office back into question. Many companies worry about sending workers back into the office when there’s still a serious health risk. Fortunately, In Time Tec offers TouchFree MFP to help with that difficult transition back to the office.