Your organization may be interested in the idea of managed IT, but lack a good feel for which components of your IT infrastructure to outsource. This insight piece will provide an overview of some of the more common managed services tied to IT infrastructure.
Most companies are not enforcing user authentication on their printers or multifunction printers (MFPs). Nevertheless, user authentication is arguably the most simple and powerful end point security feature.
Managed IT infrastructure services are growing in importance, but how do you know if they are right for your business? This blog post provides four key questions for determining your readiness for this type of engagement.
Two of the biggest buzzwords in technology today are “cloud” and “mobility.” Employees are increasingly using their mobile devices to store and collaborate on documents in the cloud. They are also using these devices to access information anytime, anywhere. This emphasis on cloud and mobility in businesses is driving the need for mobile device and cloud services.
Managed security services are becoming a critical part of the managed IT services approach. For those considering managed security for their organization, this blog post discusses some key questions you should be asking a potential service provider.
With hardcopy storage, HR may need to pull the requested information from personnel files, insurance files, government files, and more. This can mean looking in several different locations, assuming the papers were correctly filed to begin with. But a document management solution can make information much easier to retrieve through searchable fields like employee name, social security number, and date. This piece highlights other benefits of digital document management as well.
Many corporate consultants speak of the importance of improving business processes, but for some organizations it can be difficult to know where to start. This insight piece provides several ideas of areas for organizations to consider when determining which processes are in greatest need of enhancement.
This insight piece will explore various information security challenges that exist in human resources, as well as technology solutions for addressing these challenges.
Before drawing up a plan for improving business processes, it can be helpful to “map out” these processes to ensure their current components are fully understood. From there organizations can better analyze these processes and come up with ideas for strengthening them.
Once your company has mapped out and analyzed inefficient business processes, the next step is redesigning those business process. This blog post will provide some key considerations for organizations as they undergo this initiative.