In a mere seven days we will be FUJIFILM CodeBlue Australia. We’ll be joining a large family of innovators within the Fujifilm group, who live and breathe the slogan “Value From Innovation” in healthcare, technology and business solutions.
Data is one of your most valuable commodities, and Bad Actors (hackers) around the world can strike at any hour. This has become more evident as hackers continue to capitalise off our vulnerabilities during the global COVID-19 pandemic with our unsecured home offices becoming our temporary work places and our thirst for information leading us to links pretending to be from authorities.
Our workforce demographics are changing rapidly. While baby boomers have dominated the workplace for the last two decades, it’s been estimated that more than half of the global workforce are now millennials.
Working from home has unique challenges across technology, cybersecurity, communication and connectivity. Many of us have started to realise this over the last few weeks, as we get accustomed to this new norm. CodeBlue is here to support Australian businesses during these challenging times and provide the necessary tools and services to maintain business as usual as much as possible.
Working with businesses of all sizes across Australia, we’ve seen firsthand the wreckage facing business owners and employees. Many are dealing with damaged or destroyed homes too, alongside the burden of business recovery and regaining lost ground. Now that the smoke has cleared, what would you do if your business was caught in a disaster?
Technology innovations are racing forward faster than ever, and that includes the field of information management. In 2019, some technology trends are more popular than others, while others are fresh to the scene. Check out the five emerging trends in technology for mid-sized businesses below.
With the introduction of new data privacy and governance regulations globally, we’re all under more pressure than ever to wrest back the control of workloads and their associated data before it’s too late. But how do we do that when our workforce is increasingly outside of our physical office?