Typically, July 4th is a time to celebrate our national independence. We gather with friends and family to have cookouts, pool parties and watch fireworks at night. Like so many other things, Independence Day this year will be different, as America faces increasing pandemic numbers that drive people indoors and away from their loved ones.
The business world is moving to the cloud. Cisco estimates that by 2021, 94% of workloads will be processed by cloud data centers, and the current Covid-19 pandemic is only accelerating the change. This blog highlights what organizations are doing to focus on hiring workers who can help build out their online operations on platforms like Azure to keep their business running smoothly.
According to Microsoft, 750 million people use its Excel program worldwide, and Satya Nadella has referred to the spreadsheet software as the company’s most important consumer product. In this blog, we take a look at what makes Excel so popular and how it has become a need-to-know skill for employers in every industry.
Today, President Trump issued an executive order directing the federal government to begin prioritizing a worker’s job skills over a college degree. Signed during a meeting of the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board, the order signals a shift in policy that the administration hopes will help meet the changing needs of employers. This announcement from the White House comes at a critical time for businesses. With the pandemic disruption continuing for the foreseeable future, employers will need to change their hiring practices to meet the new demands of their organization.
Malware—malicious software— is any code written with the intent of causing harm, and includes a number of malicious programs like viruses, Trojan horses, and spyware. This blog outlines ways Cybercriminals can use malware to steal or delete your data, or to take over control of your system in order to spy on your activity, including recording your passwords and other sensitive information.