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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.
2020 brought changes and challenges to us at iWorks, including adjusting to a fully remote workspace. Yet, with change came opportunities for growth – and iWorks rose to the occasion.
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.
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.
With Agile, and other iterative methodologies, the traditional roles of a team have been replaced with a single role: team member. A team must still collectively possess all the skills needed to complete its work, but the traditional silos and handoffs are eliminated.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all of us, including our financial decisions. When it comes to crises and uncertainties in the financial market, it is easy to make fear-based decisions about financial investments without considering the long-term effects of those decisions.
While an iterative approach like Agile, that uses continual prioritization to deliver value to end users, is an ideal approach to many Information Technology (IT) solutions, there are various obstacles that keep many agencies from fully adopting Agile methodologies and practices.
From technical editing and software development to social media and website updates, iWorks’ summer interns have been making large strides in helping the company while working fully remote due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The number of employees working from home has increased, and it is because of this growth that focusing on security has become ever more prevalent. Our lives are connected to the internet, for better or for worse, and it is important to keep your information safe. The following technologies can be used to help minimize any risks employees or companies may face.