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Growth can be very exciting for a business. It generally means that all the hard work that has gone into getting the business to that point has paid off. For some in your organization however, it can be a very stressful time. This is because once you commit to paying new employees, there’s some pressure to get them up to speed quickly. After all, what are you paying them for?
The nature of many of today’s businesses is building one product over and over and over. When you have that level of repetitiveness, it helps people find their niche, yes, but it can also result in the attention given to the task to suffer. While a disengaged employee is nothing new, they can cause some operational problems. By and large, a couple of staff hiccups won’t have a huge impact on your business, unless that lack of engagement impacts your cybersecurity. That’s because there are some threats out there that could absolutely cripple your business’ ability to sustain operations. Today, we’ll talk about how to get your staff to care about malware and hackers.
With so many different technologies being used in business, it can sometimes be too much for the people out there who aren’t as tech-savvy as others. In fact, some of the people you will work alongside will not be able to grasp some of the simplest technology concepts. Unfortunately, these people don’t know a fraction of what they need to about the technology they use, and it could put your organization at a disadvantage. Today, we thought we’d give you a few pointers on how to talk to your less-technology-inclined co-workers.
We know many of you have started working from home, or need to, almost overnight. The move to a remote workforce for many has happened almost instantaneously. Many don’t realize they’re no longer as protected as they were in the office. But you’re STILL expected to protect the company data.
Now, it’s more important than ever to conduct your work safely. Please view this training from one of our trusted vendors, showing what you should be doing to keep your remote workspace safe. Get peace of mind by learning the critical steps you should take when working remotely.