Data breaches make the news on a regular basis. Yet despite the regularity of security leaks and repeated attacks hitting businesses we know and use regularly, there’s always a sense of “that won’t happen to me.” Many businesses choose the “head in the sand” approach and are still not adequately protected against some of the most common security threats.
At first glance, there appears to be little difference between the concepts of “bring your own device” BYOD and “choose your own device” CYOD. Yet as you begin to marry the concepts of productivity and security together, it becomes apparent that certain guidelines have to be in place to keep efficiencies within the workplace.
Poorly managed conflict and disagreements can kill effectiveness and efficiencies within a workplace. Then fester, build up and completely overwhelm an office to the point where it stops you in your tracks.
Conflict is inevitable. But if you take a “head in the sand” approach, you’ll likely face even bigger problems down the road.
A Service-Level Agreement (SLA) is a part of a service contract where the service is formally defined. It includes certain aspects of the service, such as scope, quality and responsibilities. Common features include the contracted delivery time, definition or services, and termination agreement.