Entries by Website Admin

Post-Pandemic Knowledge Work: Remote and Loving It

Organizations have, over the years, had a tumultuous relationship with employees working from home. It’s often a large-scale disaster or unforeseen event that causes changes to those expectations and policies. In early 2010, the US federal government realized it had a problem when several feet of snow blanketed the east coast, shutting down the Washington DC Metro area and brought everything to a halt.

Why Information Security is Critical to an Organization

Everyone has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in one way or another. People aren’t working and interacting face-to-face as they once were, and millions of people around the globe are learning to work and go to school remotely. From the perspective of computer security, the transition to remote work has raised important concerns about the security of information systems that we use. As more Information is available to us online, it becomes equally important to protect and secure it. There is an increasing need for everyone to understand the importance of information security and take proactive steps to address it.

Defining iWorks: Brainstorming a Tagline

During the month of August, iWorks Corporation hosted a virtual Spirit Week to celebrate iWorks as a company and bond our employees. One of the Spirit Week’s contests for our employees was the tagline contest: develop and propose taglines that best represented iWorks.

iWorks’ Tips for Technical Writers and Editors

The Technical Writers and Editors at iWorks work across projects, agencies, and departments. We collated our top tips and resources from our varied experiences to benefit our peers currently in the field, as well as those who want to enter the field.

iWorks Employees Provide Advice on Balancing Work & Virtual Learning

Many of us are now working from home and experiencing a new wave of working with (and around) virtual technologies. As a company and as individuals we are learning how to best relate to virtual colleagues while experimenting with virtual collaboration. For working parents, virtual work has its own specific challenges. To stay focused and avoid burnout, we recommend the following tips based on our own employee’s experiences.