In 2017, organisations were hit by ransomware attacks on an unprecedented scale. One report claims the average number of ransomware attacks in 2017 was up 23...
The workplace is undeniably changing at a fast rate. Instead of using old-fashioned manual processes and complicated spreadsheets to manage shift planning and scheduling,...
New PGi Report Reveals the Smartphone as the Go-To Device for Unified Communications & Collaboration Services
Findings Reveal a 70 percent Decline in Users Accessing Meetings via Desk Phones in Past Five Years. ATLANTA, February 21, 2018 – Today PGi, the world’s largest dedicated provider of...
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Businesses are continuously reassessing their resources and options to fill their tech stack. In this competitive digital landscape, the innovative use of technology will be something that would generate a competitive advantage for organisations.
This combination can drive a business’s data culture and provide a structured approach for businesses to benefit from data intelligence across their operations, with only a few clicks.
As technology advances, so do cybercriminals' methods to gain unauthorised access to sensitive information. With the increasing reliance on technology in both personal and professional settings, it is crucial to stay informed about the top cybersecurity threats to watch out for in 2023.