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How to use Teams to collaborate on documents

 

Like many organizations today, we utilize Teams as an all-in-one platform for collaboration and communication. It enables us to communicate easily with videoconferencing, chat with individuals and teams, and collaborate on files and documents in ways that boost efficiency. With COVID-19 changing the way we connect with others; it has become even more crucial for employees to work on files or documents together online.

Are you looking to work collaboratively on a file with a team of people using Microsoft Teams? Do you want to be able to communicate with other collaborators while doing so? If so, we have the right steps for you. You should already have your Teams channel set up, then: Read more

How to get your business ready for the future of IT (part 2)

In our first digital transformation post, we talked about the basics of digital transformation…what it means, how you prepare for it and the importance of a strong and secure infrastructure. If you missed that article, click here to read it.

In this post, we’ll talk about how the role of IT in business has changed over time and how your business approach can change along with it.

The IT Management Pyramid

The pyramid below describes the efficacy of your IT strategy as it improves and develops on the way to Digital Transformation. The goal is to move up the pyramid! The idea is to be continually thinking about how you use IT, the role of IT in business strategy, and where your IT is focused. Each tier of the pyramid is explained more fully below, along with the limitations and benefits of each stage as your business develops its IT strategy. Read more

NIST compliance: it’s just good cybersecurity practice

NIST compliance

We all know that cybersecurity risks are not going away. The truth is, they’re only getting worse. Cyber-criminality is an industry, with a lot of money to be made. And as we’ve seen from the news about security breaches lately, they’ll take just about anything they can get their hands on!

The government has a plan!

Hmm…that sounds a little scarier than it is and not completely accurate. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is a government agency responsible for maintaining cybersecurity standards for all government agencies. As you may know, they have created a set of standards for non-governmental organizations that handle Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI), NIST 800-171. They’ve created the standards, now you have to create the plan.

What is NIST compliance?

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