Tag: pandemic

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The Power of “Set It and Forget It” Data Governance

December 6, 2021


With the COVID-19 pandemic pushing life further online, the way we collaborate and communicate has been altered forever. In addition, the volume and variety of information and content grows exponentially by the day, making effective Data Governance a tough task […]

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Why data and the pandemic are ripping up paper processes

June 28, 2021

Via: ComputerWeekly

The recovery will be digital, says a recent McKinsey report focusing on how businesses can grow at speed and scale against the backdrop of Covid-19 pandemic-suppressed economies. Nothing unusual there. We’ve all seen the rapid adoption of digital technologies to […]

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Love it or hate it: How do you feel about working remotely? We want to know.

January 28, 2021

Via: ZDnet

Remote work has become a crucial component of enterprises, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While some companies are bringing employees back on-site, others have committed to remote work for the foreseeable future. Research from Nintex shows that remote work has […]

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Enterprise clouds hammered by cyber attacks during pandemic

May 27, 2020

Via: ComputerWeekly

A steady stream of attacks on enterprise clouds during the first couple of months of 2020 has become a flood since the start of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, with external attacks spiking by more than 600% in the space of […]


Where does the six-foot rule for social distancing come from?

May 20, 2020

Via: Fortune

One of the core disruptions of life during the coronavirus pandemic is the new necessity for social distancing—also and more accurately called “physical distancing.” Because the coronavirus can travel on liquid droplets breathed or coughed out by infected people, an […]

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5 ways to find unadvertised job openings

April 24, 2020

Via: Fortune

After the longest economic expansion in history and its tight labor market preceded the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of Americans have lost their jobs in the past few weeks. Estimates put real unemployment at roughly 18%, heating up competition for openings. […]