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New Mac Ransomware Is Even More Sinister Than It Appears

During the past several years, cybersecurity researchers have witnessed what can only be described as an explosion of ransomware targeting Windows users. Some of the most devastating ransomware attacks, such as WannaCry and NotPetya, infected hundreds of thousands of computers and brought down massive corporate networks.

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Is Hybrid Cloud the Right Choice for SMBs?

For small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), it’s critical to take full advantage of all technologies that can help them compete with large enterprises. One of the most important technologies that have been changing the way SMBs do business is the cloud.

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Not-So-Obvious Benefits of Managed IT Services

If you’ve been considering partnering with a provider of managed IT services, you’re not alone. According to a Research and Markets forecast, the managed services market size will grow to $257.84 billion by 2022, up from $152.45 in 2017. The demand for managed IT services is so great because there are so many benefits businesses […]

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People Are the Weakest Link in Cybersecurity

With digital natives, people who have grown up with technology and are used to being constantly connected, entering the workforce in large numbers, the old mantra that people are cyber security’s weakest link have never been more accurate. In recent years, the vast majority of data breaches have been caused by human error, and 78 […]

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Is it time to reduce office hours?

Employees work more hours than ever, and it’s starting to have an impact on their well-being. It’s up to human resources managers to work with companies to curb this trend, especially given impending changes to overtime pay laws. Consider using a survey or reviewing data in your employee management software to gauge how your staff […]

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Commute time affects employee performance

Human resources departments face a lot of questions in the hiring and onboarding process. Strategic human resources management requires that you pay attention to any factors that may have a negative impact on productivity. For instance, one element many companies don’t consider is the effects of a long commute on employee retention.

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Why you should consider promoting internally instead of hiring

When a new position opens up, does your company promote from within or bring in a new person from the outside? As it turns out, there are numerous benefits to investing in your people rather than onboarding a new hire. Here’s a hint: It may impact payroll management.

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Unique Benefit Idea

Workplace benefits are often some of the top reasons workers choose to stay at a company. Health insurance, paid time off and sick days rank high on that list, but there are a number of other relatively cost-effective benefits employers could offer. In fact, according to the Society of Human Resources Management, 35 percent of […]

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Hiring processes need to be mobile-friendly

As people continue to spend more time on mobile devices, a growing number of candidates will begin to apply to positions using their tablets and smartphones. If your company is behind the times on mobile recruiting and application processes, you could lose out the most tech-friendly talent – often the most desirable candidates these days.

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6 mistakes that can lead to a bad hire

Hiring mistakes cost companies serious money. Replacing a hire is always expensive, especially when you have to do it more than once within just a few months. It’s not always possible to prevent bad hiring decisions, but by performing due diligence, you significantly reduce the likelihood of them.

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