Migrating your business operations to the cloud isn’t a decision you can avoid. If you’re not among the 96 percent of businesses that are already leveraging multiple cloud solutions, it’s time to recognize that the cloud is here to stay, and your business needs to plan your cloud strategy – one step at a time.
The Super Bowl is coming to Atlanta’s Mercedes Benz Stadium on February 3rd. Whether you’re going to the game or yelling at the TV somewhere else with friends, there are a host of cyber security concerns to consider.
Cyber criminals thrive on the excitement and chaos surrounding big events which create the best conditions for easily distracted prey.
In the beginning, the cloud was scary, uncharted territory. Businesses had concerns about how safe information was in the cloud and whether cloud systems were reliable. However, in recent years, the cloud has become less of a buzz word and more of a standard practice.
The workforce has changed. In 2016, Millennials (born 1981-1996) passed Gen-Xers (1965-1980) and Baby Boomers (1946-1964) to become the largest generation in the U.S. labor force with 56 million Millennials working or looking for work, according to the Pew Research Center.
ATLANTA – November 20, 2018 – ProviDyn®, a provider of IT support, strategy and services for small and medium-sized businesses and nonprofits, attended the National Philanthropy Day Luncheon hosted by the Association of Fundraising Professionals Greater Atlanta Chapter on Thursday, November 8, 2018 at the Georgia Aquarium - Oceans Ballroom.
Most of the civilized world is on the Internet every day – businesses large and small, governments, educators, adults, children and, unfortunately, criminals. The Internet may seem like a world without boundaries allowing us to find just about any kind of information, learn about other cultures, conduct business across the globe and even socialize with family and friends.
80 percent of hacking related breaches leveraged either stolen passwords or weak, guessable passwords. The thing is, about 76 percent of people use the same or a similar password for most, if not all, websites. Which means if an employee has their personal life hacked, your organization could be compromised in a matter of minutes.
ATLANTA – November 5, 2018 – ProviDyn®, a provider of IT support, strategy and services for small and medium-sized businesses and nonprofits, participated in The Safe America Foundation’s Training For Global Safety Fall Forum 2018. The 2-day event was held on November 1st at the AT&T Regional Training Center and on November 2nd at the Federal Reserve - both in Midtown Atlanta.
Attracting and retaining the most qualified employees is an ongoing challenge for many nonprofit. While the market is saturated with eager do-gooders and qualified candidates, there are several factors job-seekers consider when selecting an organization and a variety of reasons existing staff may be dissatisfied.
In the beginning, the cloud was a scary, uncharted territory. Nonprofits had concerns about how safe information was in the cloud or whether cloud systems were reliable. Faced with changing their IT financial model to operational expenses instead of their typical capital outlays and their concerns about employee adoption and training, many nonprofits opted to stay out of the cloud.