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The New Norm

As workplaces reopen, remote-work pioneer Sara Sutton has ideas on how employers can apply what they’ve learned this year.


Safe at Home

Boost remote cybersecurity with this feature-rich anti-virus software.

IT Futurist

Confident Return

Sanitation drones, social-distance monitors and thermal cameras will become common where people gather.

IT Futurist

Cut the Cards

For gaining access to buildings, ID cards and passcodes may be on the way out.


Be Prepared

DRaaS is a simple way to ensure business goes on during unexpected events. Here’s what to ask potential partners.

Tech Tips

Resource Director

Microsoft makes it easy to set up cloud components with Azure Resource Manager.

Get Smart

A Steady Connection

Ensure that employees have a steady connection with these easy tips.

Security Save

New Kid on the Block

Businesses that transition to a zero-trust security architecture find they have little use for their old virtual private networks.



Flex Time

Cloud, hyperconverged infrastructure deployments help keep organizations nimble, just when they need it most.


The Eyes Have It

Proactive threat detection and response solutions are reducing hackers’ dwell times from months to minutes.


Genuine Results

Companies like TransUnion and Buffalo Jeans get improved sales, smarter marketing, improved IT uptime and more.


Moving Mountains

For companies as diverse as insurance giant Nationwide and fast-food chain Cousins Submarines, the COVID-19 pandemic required a fusion of quick thinking and the right tech.


From the Editor

What Comes Next

Businesses have overcome the initial challenges of all-remote work, but now must train their eyes on what comes next.

Contributor Column

Shine a Light

Complying with the new California Consumer Privacy Act requires detailed knowledge of the data you store.