Once considered an option, outsourcing is now considered a necessity by more companies than ever before. Mindsight breaks down why, and examines what’s to come in the future.
With more people than ever working remotely at least part of the time, many companies have made or are in the process of making significant upgrades to their communication and collaboration technology. Mindsight’s Principal Consultant John Irey shared some thoughts on what’s currently happening and what needs to happen in the UCaaS space.
The tech sector needs qualified talent more than ever, but women comprise only about a quarter tech workforce. There’s even a huge gap in startup funding for women. Mindsight breaks down the reasons why, and how to move the needle forward.
We first reported issues with the supply chain back in November 2021. Then came the war between Russia and Ukraine, which exacerbated things even further just as supply chain woes were starting to diminish. Is there relief in sight?
There is a huge amount of liability associated when any business is attacked. When healthcare organizations are attacked, lives are at risk. What can be done?
There was a time, not so long ago, when relatively few CFOs made the leap to CEO. This is no longer the case. “The widened path for CFOs,” an article on CFOdive.com noted, “is part of a conservative response by companies looking for a steady hand to help them navigate unfamiliar terrain.”
An integral part of that outsourcing is what’s called an SLA — service-level agreement. Mindsight summarizes all you need to know about your SLA.
Cloud computing is expanding more rapidly than ever, with global spending expected to exceed $498 million in 2022 according to Gartner. That’s being driven in no small part by new cloud environments and advancements in wireless technology.
Though it’s the middle of summer educational institutions always on high alert and are constantly thinking about how to better guard the physical well-being of their students.
Find out the pros and cons of SD-WAN vs MPLS and how these two support hybrid-work environments in today’s “new normal”.