As a result of the ever-increasing amount of data, reducing the need for manual tasks in data management is a key objective every business should be pursuing. These data management best practices are used by industry-leading businesses to help increase visibility into their data and reduce costly errors.
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Data is the lifeblood of every organisation, the valuable asset that each employee generates an endless amount of daily. Effectively collecting and analysing data can help you understand your customers better and make more informed decisions.
Running a business during the pandemic is already stressful, ensuring its continuity post-pandemic is an even greater challenge that requires careful re-evaluation of the current processes, organisational culture and workforce planning, not just upgrading the IT infrastructure.
In today’s digital world, data is your most critical asset, and, as such, requires utmost protection from both natural and man-made disasters. This especially holds true for financial data, the blood life of your business. And you cannot do it properly without a disaster recovery plan.
Life is known for its unexpected challenges, and everyone should have a backup plan if something goes wrong. A backup plan is particularly important to save yourself from unnecessary trouble and help you to be ready for any circumstances.
The recent pandemic is a warning bell for every business. Those who have been living on the edge without a detailed disaster recovery plan struggled to adapt to the unexpected normality where almost all employees have to work remotely.
2020 will forever be remembered as the year we had to carry out our daily responsibilities from our dining tables. Organisations that never had any work from home policies pre-COVID have found themselves scrambling to implement one. The real question, though, is whether working from home will become a permanent part of the post COVID-19 business world.
To say COVID-19 is an unexpected event would be an understatement. And if this devastating pandemic taught businesses anything, it would be to always have a contingency plan in place and to think on their feet. At TRG, we believe that the ability to respond quickly to changing environments is the key to success. In this post, we will share our story.
As more and more professionals are asked to work from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses could face an increase in attacks that could result in data breaches. Remote workers are susceptible to both physical and cyber thefts. The stakes are even higher when you are handling sensitive data, proprietary information, and client contracts at home.
Studies show that productivity spikes when employers allow their workforces to work from home more. Many of us certainly enjoy its benefits, but working from home is not as simple as it sounds; it can be distracting.