Working in the new normal
Work has to continue. In an industry of problem solvers, this is another problem that needs to be handled so that you can still work. Safety is paramount, but the effect of COVID-19 coronavirus, in some cases, may have been purely to accelerate a plan that your company had in mind anyway. Working remotely is predicted to become the new norm, irrespective of the current climate.
Adapting to changes and demands of the workplace and society as a whole keep your company nimble and able to operate where others might stumble. We have measures in place which mean we will always be available to help you.
You may have heard about the recent ransomware attack on American meat supplier, JBS USA, headquartered in Greeley, Colorado. JBS Foods, the parent company located in Brazil, is one of the world’s largest food companies, with over 150 plants in 15 countries, 150,000 employees worldwide and customers in about 100 countries.
It’s a fair bet that you have never thought of yourself as having much in common with Thor and his relatives. Data migration can seem like an epic struggle though and you may wish that you had Thor’s hammer to hit something.
If you’ve had difficulty gassing up your car anywhere between Texas and New York since Friday, May 7th, or you’re stunned at a sudden gas price hike along the Eastern Seaboard, you might have been surprised to discover who or what is to blame. In fact, even if you don’t reside in the US, this data could be pertinent to you.
For most organizations, the Cloud currently offers cost effectiveness and scalability, both of which are important to organizations wishing to grow, particularly during the uncertain times of the 2020/2021 Covid-19 pandemic. But is there a catch?
If you’ve been running SharePoint 2010 (on premises), there were initially two potential routes open to you. One, stay on-premises and upgrade to a newer version of SharePoint, or two, upgrade to SharePoint Online (in the Cloud) in Microsoft 365.
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A message from our CEO
We understand that COVID-19 has had an effect on everyone. Family, work, and community have all been impacted.
Here at LinkTek we are taking care of our team by making sure all the recommended measures are in place. We are also working hard to make sure that we take care of our community as well, which includes all of our clients.
We understand how important it is to be able to keep working and we are here to make that easy for you and your team, with our top-notch support.