How will VoIP evolve in the future?

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in more businesses having employees working remotely than ever before. While remote and hybrid arrangements allow employees to work in disparate locations, the ability of teams to serve clients and work together effectively depends on the quality of communication tools.

October Cybersecurity Awareness Month: Vital Business Tips

Cybersecurity Awareness Month, observed every October, was launched by the National Cyber Security Alliance and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in 2004 to ensure every American has resources needed to stay safer and more secure online. The month of Halloween is an apt time to consider “horror stories” of insidious cyberattacks that impact businesses across the U.S., and how threats can be mitigated by implementing a system of cybersecurity defenses.

How behavioral assessments enhance the hiring process

For a business to be successful, hiring and maintaining the right team of people is crucial. No matter the business model and physical or intellectual assets, it is people who turn ideas into action.

Individuals with the right skills and capabilities to perform necessary roles are needed to fill gaps in an organization and achieve scale in corporate strategy.

What business owners need to know about talent optimization

Business leaders often devote countless hours to developing strategies and acquiring resources to achieve desired business outcomes. While the steps involved in creating business processes and selecting effective technology are vital to achieve company goals, people ultimately deploy the resources and execute the plans.

How does AI enhance cybersecurity?

Cybersecurity continues to be a major concern for businesses that rely on digital assets and resources to function. The Internet is filled with potential threats, such as hackers or corporate spies, that can severely impact operational excellence and financial results.

Empower employees to strengthen cyber defenses

When discussing the cause of cybercrime, we typically think of infiltration by external intruders — criminal hackers seeking to steal, compromise, or hold for ransom important business data.

Concern over external hackers is well founded, as new malware samples are created by the day (reaching 38.48 million new samples in April 2020), and new attacks occur at a rate of one every 39 seconds.