The year 2020 wasn’t a good one. It started with news of a new strain of coronavirus called COVID-19, which eventually turned into a pandemic that wreaked havoc across the globe. And while the world was suffering from the effects of the pandemic, cybercriminals took advantage of the fear and uncertainty to launch COVID-themed cyberattacks.
Data is essential to your business's smooth operations.. Losing business data because of natural disasters, cyberattacks, or equipment failure can lead to productivity disruption, loss of customer trust, reputational damage, compliance issues, legal fees, and even permanent business closure.
People have always been intrigued by what the future holds. But while seers use crystal balls and tarot cards to get a glimpse of what’s to come, business leaders shouldn’t have to base their business forecasts on pseudoscience. Instead, they should use a scientific tool that collects and analyzes data to do reliable predictive forecasting, such as Microsoft’s Power BI.
Power BI is a separate Microsoft product on its own, but if you have a Microsoft 365 Enterprise E5 subscription, then you can avail of Power BI for Microsoft 365. Both versions use a variety of statistical techniques, such as modeling and data mining, to analyze current and previous information to make accurate predictions.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many businesses worldwide to shift to remote work. While before the pandemic, remote work privileges were just a perk offered by some businesses, many other companies have since made it a permanent arrangement. In fact, it's estimated that by 2025, 70% of employees will be working from home at least five days a month.
Whether you're working at home or at the office, you're bound to come across documents that need to be printed, copied, and scanned. However, having separate machines to do these operations not only takes up space, but it can also take up too much of your time and affect your productivity.