March 2021 Welcome to TechTrends 2021! ITeck is thrilled to share with you the inaugural issue of our quarterly newsletter. We are excited launch this new mode of direct communication with you, our clients, partners, and colleagues and look forward to sharing what we are up to as well as incorporating your feedback into our […]
Are you glad to put 2020 in the rear view? We certainly are. In a year full of challenges — some of them devastating, some mundane — related to the global pandemic, technology played an outsized role. This new reality made starkly evident the integral role of cybersecurity to all of our work, introducing new security challenges and emphasizing existing vulnerabilities.
The business world was completely turned upside down by the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of the hardest hit were small and medium business owners and their peers in the NGO and nonprofit world. The outbreak forced many decision makers to redefine their definition of “workplace environment” and take a closer look at how to adapt to an ever-changing work dynamic.
This moment that we are living through right now is unprecedented; a confluence of events and circumstances that we (hopefully) are not likely to see again in our lifetimes. Scammers recognize this too and are pouncing on the unique opportunities to swindle people and businesses out of precious funds.
The pandemic has truly upended the way that businesses of every size and industry must operate in matters ranging from the technology requirements of moving to an entirely remote work force to the basic processes of handling payments and receivables. These cashflow processes are critical to the fundamental health of every organization.