COVID triggered a remote business model that not only added cost and complexity to your firm, but also challenged the idea of traditional IT support desks.
Cybersecurity in healthcare had a big year, pointing out the importance of adhering to Agio’s “Brilliance in the Basics.”
Our engineers weigh in with IT and cybersecurity recommendations for you to consider in preparation for your firm’s return to the office.
The pandemic has challenged everyone; CTOs in particular. Your users may be working from home, but their expectations haven’t changed.
Are you considering bringing your workforce back into the office? It’s a big decision that comes with significant considerations.
Here are three reasons smart IT leaders are embracing automation and offloading server management to partners.
Imagine yourself in this situation: You’re a diverse global company. COVID-19 is everywhere and hurting business, so you have to furlough some people.
If you’re a CTO, you’ve seen the joke: Do most companies have a disaster recovery plan (DRP) in place? Yes.
Telecommuting isn’t new, but not every business thought it was right for them. Enter COVID-19: the virus that turned outdated thinking on its head.
Here’s how the most successful CTOs, CISOs, COOs, CFOs, and CCOs have been leading their organizations through the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
COVID-19 came out of nowhere, set up camp, and put everyone physically and mentally at risk–not to mention stretching your business continuity plan beyond anything you planned for.
If your company has made it this far into the COVID-19 pandemic and is still healthy, it’s a good time to address any processes or practices you’ve been putting off.