If a fire or a data breach struck your small business tomorrow, would you know what to do? If your place of business was leveled by a tornado, how would your sales reps handle calls from customers? Hurricanes, snowstorms, and floods are regular occurrences and cyberattacks are more frequent now than ever.
Businesses, from healthcare to finance to retail to manufacturing, must all comply with data security and privacy regulations. Not only is compliance mandatory, but it also helps companies achieve better integrity, and information systems security and availability.
Material requirement planning (MRP) has, for the past 30 years, been helping manufacturers deal with production planning, scheduling, and inventory control. It has become an indispensable manufacturing management system for manufacturers in a highly competitive market.
With digital technology having such an immense impact on how people work, the old methods of handling tax reports and other accounting data are no longer enough to achieve desirable results. Clients expect technologically advanced solutions for their accounting needs.
Just as healthcare data has become very valuable to cybercriminals, compliance with the regulations of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) has become a mandatory part of any secure healthcare operation. Despite HIPAA being written in the ’90s, compliance with its regulations remains the pinnacle and litmus test of any data privacy and security program.
Cybersecurity has become essential for any real estate business that seeks to thrive or survive. When your real estate firm’s data, network, and systems are protected, you can then focus on growing the business instead of being worried continuously that critical applications, client information, and other confidential and sensitive data are not safeguarded.
They say that every business is a technology company. What is being said is that every successful business employs technology to its advantage. Businesses that don’t are eventually overtaken by competitors and fall by the wayside. The legal services industry is no exception.
Disruption in the manufacturing industry has become more significant because of technological advancements like the Internet of Things (IoT), the cloud, and artificial intelligence (AI). Despite that, some small- and medium-sized manufacturers still face challenges in leveraging a wide range of technology, mainly due to limited budgets.
Organizing, sharing, and managing expanding repositories of digital documents is a constant headache for information management professionals and business leaders. But with Microsoft’s powerful SharePoint platform on your side, finding, storing, sharing, and updating files is easy and intuitive.
The International Data Corporation (IDC) has predicted that by the end of 2020, 72.3% of the total US workforce will be working via mobile. This comes as no surprise. Mobile devices, laptops, high-speed internet, and the cloud are allowing companies to reap the benefits of working on the go.