In the world of manufacturing, distribution, shipping, and other related industries, supply chain risk management is a key operational goal. Focusing on supply chain risk management reduces the chances that a disruption will have a direct impact on a company's productivity — and profitability. It allows a company to maintain business continuity, either providing goods and services to other businesses or consumers, by reducing the possibility of errors, malicious incursions, and many other problematic issues.
This year, manufacturing organizations continue to rebuild their workforce — and their profitability — by focusing on the areas where the pandemic impacted them in the most profound ways. Some manufacturers will focus on readjusting supply chain networks to better serve evolving consumer demands. Others will target the rebuilding of revenue streams. No matter how they pursue the process of rebuilding, manufacturing organizations can create a bigger impact and move more quickly toward goals with the help of a partner that understands digital initiatives.
Energy and utility companies seem to have a target on their backs when it comes to cybersecurity. Hackers are financially motivated, and with more of these companies paying ransoms for stolen data, hackers are becoming bolder — and more demanding.
In 2020, the coronavirus pandemic forced businesses from all industries to take a closer look at their operations and move toward a more digital environment. Digital transformation was a buzzword and the shift to remote work and hybrid office environments only accelerated the trend. As expected, the resulting interest in digital technologies saw the managed services industry explode, with a market size that should reach $319.5 billion by 2024.
The housing market was on hold for many months last year as the coronavirus pandemic forced new hardships on both buyers and sellers. Today, the market remains tight with demand for housing far outpacing supply.
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Managed IT services are a critical element for many businesses. Both companies that have small or no internal IT departments and those with IT departments that are overwhelmed with tasks can benefit from help from a competent Managed Services Provider (MSP).
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Digital transformation — the process of integrating digitally-based technologies into every level of your organization, both internal and external — can help manufacturers revolutionize their business processes.
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Government agencies and social services organizations typically handle large amounts of sensitive and personal information about individuals that must be protected from cyber threats.
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