Hiring an IT and technology partner is one of the best ways to let you focus on company growth, but your choice should be based on your goals and needs. Examples of technology partners include cloud hosting partners, managed IT service providers, cybersecurity partners, managed application hosting providers and many more.
As our year winds to a close, many of the uncertainties that shaped 2021 remain. The cybersecurity challenges that accompanied the pandemic have persisted, as hybrid remote workspaces have become a way of life. And through it all, the threat landscape continues to evolve, as innovations in cloud computing and other arenas open new threats — some in unexpected areas.
As COP26 ends in Glasgow, a recent report highlighted that 55 per cent of Greater Manchester businesses have no awareness of the Government's 2050 net-zero ambitions.
Pre-pandemic, we might’ve rolled our eyes at the notorious ‘water cooler conversation’ that formed part of everyday life in the office. Small talk and office gossip – while making a cup of tea in the kitchen, bumping into someone in the lift, or walking from one meeting to another – were part of the fabric of the working world. But, when the pandemic hit and plunged us into the world of remote working, they were one of the things people started to miss most.