Budget season is here again, after what was likely the most unpredictable planning year on record. Business continuity plans were tested, and shifting priorities took precedence over pre-planned agendas. This shift evolved the way we work and altered employee expectations.
For many businesses leaders, the existence of cybersecurity risks within an organization is no surprise; the challenge is knowing HOW to address and reduce the risks they face. The fact is that cybersecurity risks are always evolving, so the first step is to discover what those risks are, then address and reduce those risks... rinse, and repeat.
In 2020, many organizations pivoted their business models due to the global pandemic. If you're one of these companies, you may have developed new processes and procedures that allowed you to safely continue operations and maintain high levels of customer service. Now, the effects of the pandemic have changed the face of how business gets done and potentially introduced new cybersecurity risks. In this article, we offer practical guidance on how to classify and measure these risks for effective cybersecurity risk management.
Have you decided to relocate some or all your organization's infrastructure to a cloud services provider (CSP) such as Microsoft, Google, or Amazon? If so, the next step is to consider who will serve as your cloud migration services partner. The right consultant can get you to the cloud securely and cost-effectively while enhancing performance. But ... not all cloud migration services partners are created equal.
Microsoft has recently announced the release of Windows 11, its first major operating system (OS) in six years. On October 5, 2021, the modern OS will officially launch, allowing millions of end-users to upgrade to the modern system. While many of us are eager to upgrade and explore the latest technologies, being an early adopter comes with risks.
PORTLAND, Maine — September 2021 — Systems Engineering has recently been named one of the 2021 Best Places to Work in Maine. This marks the eighth consecutive year the company has been recognized and honored as one of the best places of employment in Maine, benefiting the state's economy, its workforce, and businesses.
Prepare your 2022 IT budgets! Microsoft has announced it will increase rates on its Microsoft 365 (M365) service, March 1, 2022. More than 300 million users will see a 10-25% increase in subscription rates. These price changes mark “the first substantive pricing update since we launched Office 365 a decade ago,” stated Jared Spataro, Corporate Vice President for Microsoft 365.