Companies have focused on increasing cybersecurity efforts as students and employees suddenly found themselves connecting from home during a pandemic. As an IT support company, we understand the importance of both the technological and behavioral aspects of security.
Employment in computing, information systems, and information technology (IT) is growing at a rapid pace. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects the demand will continue to accelerate at an 11% pace through 2028. As companies migrate more services to the cloud, the need for IT support, networking, cloud support, managed services, and help desk professionals will provide great career opportunities.
People are returning to some normalcy after the initial chaos caused by the pandemic. Things are not exactly as they were before COVID-19. Our 'new normal' has brought many changes.
The learning sector is among the areas experiencing changes. Thousands of learners are adopting online learning, and they need fast and reliable internet connections.
In 2020, the business world experienced unprecedented disruption of operations due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This ongoing event has sped up the adoption of a “Work-From Home” (WFH) culture. However, home workers' telecommuting arrangements have exposed network vulnerabilities within corporate systems that hackers have been quick to exploit.
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The early months of the coronavirus pandemic highlighted the value of cybersecurity in productive remote work. Today's security solutions do more than detect threats. They provide access to corporate resources, fostering collaboration, and productivity.