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Avoiding the sunk-cost fallacy

The sunk-cost fallacy is a common psychological bias in which people continue investing time, resources, or money into something that is no longer delivering positive returns. This often results from a fearful belief that after having invested so much in something, giving up on it would result in all of those investments going to waste.

6 Tips for creating a data backup plan that works

Data loss can have severe consequences for your business. It can paralyze your operations, lower productivity, and disrupt the flow of revenue. Worse still, it could lead to your customers losing trust in your company or filing lawsuits against you. Regulatory bodies may also impose penalties upon your organization if your business belongs to a highly regulated industry.

5 Common reasons behind slow internet and how to fix them

A snail-paced internet connection is a productivity killer. You'll have a hard time finishing tasks because websites load slowly, video conferences get disconnected, and email attachments take forever to upload.

In order for you to speed up your internet connection, you should know what's causing the issue in the first place.

Providing the best customer service with VoIP

Voice over internet protocol (VoIP) phone systems allow users to make and receive calls through the internet. The technology is particularly popular among corporate users because of its low cost and extensive features, which include the seamless capacity to integrate with other communication tools.

How to create a goal-driven work culture

For an organization to succeed, its members must unite and work toward a common goal. And to ensure that all members are always conscious of this goal, it must become part of the organization's work culture. In this blog, we will discuss how you can develop a workplace culture that's laser-focused on helping your company achieve its objectives.

7 Steps to promote teamwork in the office

In order for any organization to grow and succeed, its members must work together toward a common goal. This is why teamwork is so important — it allows everyone to share ideas, responsibilities, and efforts to accomplish feats and overcome challenges that would normally be too great for one person.

Is shadow IT ever acceptable?

Shadow IT pertains to IT solutions, services, and infrastructures that your employees use without your internal tech department’s approval or support. These could be personal devices and unvetted apps your employees use to do their work or cloud-based services they use to process business-related data without your consent, among others.

The biggest cyberthreats to be careful of in 2022

According to research, a data breach could set your business back by more than $4 million in 2021, so you don’t want to be caught off-guard by cyberthreats. Here are some of the cyberthreats you need to prepare for this year.

Microservice attacks

Many of today’s complex apps are built from smaller apps or services called microservices.

Various cybersecurity mistakes can result in massive data breaches. Learn how your business can avoid them with our FREE eBook.Learn more here
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