Cloud computing and storage is the most convenient and efficient data management option. It is commonplace to see businesses and individuals moving critical infrastructure ‘to the cloud.’ Clouding is reshaping how enterprises conduct operations, which became more pronounced due to the global pandemic of 2020. Global cloud spend increased by 33% in 2022, showing that getting this expense under control for your business is paramount.
As businesses and corporations the world over put the struggles of the global pandemic behind, the battle for economic stability lingers. Now more than ever, business executives are dealing with a different economic downturn: impending recession.
There have been many talks lately since Mark Zuckerberg made a move to rebrand Facebook to Meta. At first, it was met with mixed reviews. Now? There is gradual support for the Metaverse (Web 3.0) virtual project as more industry giants invest massively in what many see as the future. Those investing now believe they are strategically preparing their business for the future.
Over the past few years buzzwords like ‘crypto’ and ‘NFTs’ have become a part of more mainstream conversations. Even if you have not thoroughly figured out exactly what they are they do seem to be everywhere nowadays. The newest conversation is about the Metaverse (Web 3.0) and which companies seem to be joining the conversation. What we cannot ignore is that our economy is gradually shifting away from many conventional ways of doing things. And with drastic changes, specifically internet-based, can come potential cybersecurity threats.
It is almost impossible to take technology out of our lives. Over the last 2 decades, our way of living has been dramatically improved by the mere application of technology. It was only a matter of time for it to seep into the financial and corporate world, advancing communications, relations, business security and growth, and so on. Including areas of your business like the IT department.
We have all heard about this phrase before: Fake News. It has become enormously popularized over the past decade. We have, in many ways, experienced how fake news can cripple an entire political and social landscape. Disinformation is one of the emerging villains rearing its ugly head.
Cyber infrastructure is a crucial part of a successful business that many often neglect. If you have not thought about it, protecting your business' cybersecurity from internal and external threats may be one of the best decisions you will ever make. A disturbing record shows that 30,000 website attacks occur daily.
Halfway into the new year, the after-effect of last year’s pandemic lingers. We remember how it brutally rearranged the economic and corporate landscape of businesses across the world. Business summits, product launches, and everything in between was placed on hold while everyone remained indoors due to lockdown protocols.
The global pandemic which ravaged the world last year transformed how we carried out our businesses. While we can not ignore the negative impacts COVID reflected on most businesses, it also fostered some positive outcomes. The Post-COVID return to the office will see these changes implemented.
The global pandemic changed the way businesses operate and how we see life. In the heat of the pandemic, a lot of businesses closed temporarily. A whopping 60% of closed businesses will not be opening, according to Yelp. Production lines have been regrettably cut. In spite of it all, others adopted emerging techniques and sometimes a "new normal" to stay afloat.