Remember when in 2012 a Russian cyberpunk stole 176 million encrypted login credentials from LinkedIn hashed using the woefully weak SH1 function and put it up for sale on a darknet marketplace for peanuts?
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Organizational psychologists have long been touting the benefits of fostering positive workplaces, but some companies still uphold cut-throat, high-pressure environments in the belief that it’s the best way to whip employees into shape and deliver results. In reality, it’s sometimes the best way to push employees towards burnout.
Office 365 is not just about getting things done faster. It is about reinventing how you get them done.
The word ‘marketing’ usually brings external branding to mind – reaching out to your target market and creating an awareness of your brand in order to foster strong customer relationships.
CEO Satya Nadella’s words pretty much hit home at the Microsoft Government Cloud Forum in November 2015, striking a chord with the many IT managers who more often than not seem to be deeply concerned about Office 365 compliance and data security when facing the decision whether or not to move on-premises content to Microsoft’s cloud-based service. Why?
It’s just another ordinary day at the office. Multiple conversations and discussions taking place at one and the same time, countless meetings and appointments on top of another to coordinate and keep up to date with, files stored all over the place.
Success with Office 365 is more than pushing out the technology and making it available to your team in the hopes that they will acquire a taste and somehow come to terms with it in the course of time.
Public speaking can be tough and unfortunately there’s no magic cure for the stage fright that sometimes goes with it. But it certainly helps to know that you’ve prepared a strong presentation to back you up. From PowerPoint slides to storytelling, here is what the experts say about delivering a killer presentation. By preparing smart, you’ll get the confidence boost you need to deliver strong and ensure that your message resonates with the audience.
Ever had to crank out a research paper, report for work or pressing scientific article without the slightest inkling of how to start off? Ever had a deadline breathing down your neck?