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Employee Surveillance Is Exploding With Remote Work
The rise of remote work with the pandemic in 2020 fueled a surge in demand for software that tracks employees as they do their jobs from home.
The New Workforce: Working with Remote Marketers
In May 2021 as the world was emerging from the pandemic towards normalcy, we saw a voluntary mass exodus of employees across the globe, known as 'The Great Resignation' or the 'Big Quit'.
This 2021 Map Proves Everyone and Their Mother Moved to One State
United Vans, the largest moving company in the United States, released its 45th annual National Movers Study, which shows what states people are flocking to and which states people are exiting in droves.
How Remote Work is Crippling New York City's Commuter Rails
Before the pandemic, they relied on office workers, who paid up to $500 a month on tickets. At the M.T.A., those sales are down 75 percent.
Infrastructure Access Management a Growing DevOps Priority
By: Nathan Eddy on
Microsoft RDP vulnerability makes it a breeze for attackers to become men-in-the-middle
The Microsoft RDP vulnerability is a serious problem, but with a few caveats: It's been patched, and experts say it may be less likely to happen than it seems at first glance.
Feel Stuck in Life? This Is What You Need to Do.
Lately, you've been feeling as though you're watching the world playing on a loop. Every day seems the same.
10 housing market records were broken in 2021
The word "unprecedented" may have been a bit overused during the months since the pandemic began, but it definitely applies to the housing market across the United States.
Working remote is here to stay, new report predicts
A permanent workforce transformation is well underway in the middle market, according to a new report in partnership with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
10 housing market records broken in 2021
The word "unprecedented" may have been a bit overused during the months since the pandemic began, but it definitely applies to the housing market across the United States.