Workforce changes, mergers / acquisitions, legislative complexity and increased competition demand that administrative, non-core business functions like payroll and related HR administration keep pace with changing times. More and more executives are demanding that their organizations deliver maximum effectiveness with minimum resource / people allocation. continue reading »
Broaden your company’s disaster recovery plan for optimum success
You only have to watch television, listen to the radio or read the newspaper to realize that virus attacks on individual computers and computer networks are becoming commonplace. And that catastrophic disruption to business, such as the blackouts that hit the U.S. and Canada in August 2003 and the terrorist attacks of 9/11, are a continuing threat. Disasters can result in large monetary losses, legal issues, loss of customer confidence and, in some extreme cases, a company’s failure. Simply put, in today’s environment, the effect of a long-term operational outage may be fatal to a business.