Have you ever seen the Matrix?
I'm guessing you have or at least get the gist (unless you’ve been living under a rock). But with the enormous developments in tech, is that story coming to life?
A recent hospital data breach in Lexington, North Carolina, has left hundreds of people wondering what a hacker will do with the revealed names, social security numbers, and medical records.
Who saves the IT infrastructure when the IT team is in danger?
A group thought to have ties to Russian intelligence just hit Acer with a $50 million ransomware attack, likely accomplished by penetrating their systems through a new vulnerability on Microsoft Exchange.
Last Tuesday, a data center in Strasbourg, France went up in flames just days after the company, OVHcloud, had announced plans to begin trading publicly. The fire did not harm anyone, but it did take down some popular WordPress plugins, along with thousands of sites.
Before 2020, remote workers made up 10 percent of the American workforce. During the height of the pandemic, half of the American workforce worked remotely. Since then, managers and employees have found they enjoy working from home even though workplace restrictions have lifted. Some large corporations like Salesforce, Facebook, and Microsoft have even decided to allow their employees to work anywhere.
What does that mean for small cities like Knoxville?
What remote work apps did your company start using after the COVID-19 pandemic began?
If you're like most employees or managers, you've added a few more than you might have expected to need. For some, the tools were already in place, but no one had to rely on them until the pandemic began.
Are you ready for an update?
This week, Google Workspace, formerly known as G Suite, released updates for Google Calendar, Google Meet, and Google Assistant. Many of these changes may impact your day-to-day work.
Fifty-six percent of the American workforce is currently working from home. Chances are you are too.
Despite exciting advancements in vaccines, many businesses aren't ready to head back to the office. Whether it's part-time remote work or a fully at-home team, working from home isn't going anywhere.