ICT Solutions has joined the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA), an ecosystem of independent software vendors and managed security service providers that have integrated their solutions with Microsoft to help customers better defend themselves against cyber threats.
As more and more workloads are shifting to the cloud this year, driven by remote work and organisational agility, you and your team may be feeling the pressure to take the first steps.
Having worked with Microsoft and seeing both the great successes achievable, but also some of the more painful potential outcomes if you have the wrong team, it became apparent that the first big hurdle organisations face isn’t the technology, but getting the right people on the bus.
So without any further ado – here’s who you need for your dream team:
Our customer has a monthly process through which remote employees around the globe submit a monthly report including relevant data required by the Company. A process solution was designed using K2 Technology enabling all remote sites to submit the required data systematically and going through an approval process with head office. Through these changes the customer gained…
We fundamentally believe at ICT that human resources represents so much more than simply hiring good people – it’s a fundamental part of our growth and efforts in making us the best versions of ourselves. We are delighted to announce another step showing our commitment to that belief – with the ICT team being awarded the HR Quality Mark, following the completion of our external audit.
As we approach the end of the year, hindsight truly is 2020. Without a doubt, it was certainly one of the weirdest years in recent memory. Lets gloss over the whole global pandemic thing – as enough has been said about it at length about that across the world. However, what has been fascinating has been the impact of it on the way we work and communicate as human beings.
Everything worth pursuing is ahead of us. Everyone wants progress to be smooth. Linear. According to plan. But life, and business, doesn’t work like that.
We get it, organisational compliance is hard. It’s a handful – chasing people who don’t want to give you answers, asking the difficult questions about organisational risk, and uncovering the areas for improvement that most would rather hide under the rug.
Not only that, but there are over 220 updates from over 1000 regulatory bodies published every day to existing compliance standards to keep track of.