Working from home for the first time can be a scary experience. How do I get connected? Where do I get help? In my first video podcast, Kevin Turner shows us how Artificial Intelligence can help serve as a trusted advisor to make working from home more enjoyable and productive.
Enterprises in every part of the world are figuring out the technology required to enable employees to work from home. But have we overlooked the human side of working from home? In part 3 of this series on remote work, Mat Newfield shares with Weston Morris five human factors that are important to consider when enabling a work from home program. In focusing our energy in getting our technology secure, have we overlooked the need to help the human to be secure?
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, 15% of Unisys employees were working from home. Within a week, 95% were able to work from home. In the months leading up to the pandemic, the CIO of Unisys, Upinder Phanda, made several changes to the digital workplace, cloud, and security services that made this massive work from home mobilization possible.
As COVID-19 distracts our attention, malicious cyber attackers see this as an opportunity to exploit any gaps in our control measures to get what they desire. As the saying goes, “never let a good crisis go to waste”! The good news is that there are a few simple things that we can focus on to reduce our attack surface and show resilience in the face of adversity.