Critical pieces of information created and stored by businesses must be protected. Data protection may be a legal requirement, but it’s also essential for your organization’s security.
As more technology is being used in business operations and more data is being created and stored, higher levels of regulation are required to protect personal information. IT compliance aims to hold companies accountable, and cybersecurity helps keep data secure.
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Rett Summerville, Director at CREO
With over 17 years of experience working in technical and business roles in software, fintech, and consulting services, Rett is a seasoned IT security and risk management leader.
He promotes business-driven security and believes that good IT security practices can help companies be more competitive by enabling them to make better decisions quickly and confidently.
His passion for helping clients allows them to transform their culture to improve security awareness, gain efficiencies, and maintain compliance.
In this webinar, Rett joins us to share his wealth of knowledge on regulatory compliance and best practices for businesses as they navigate through the requirements.
It’s no surprise that many businesses are making the move towards a cloud environment, especially given the flexibility and scalability that it allows. However, it can seem overwhelming to know where to start when it comes to making the switch.
How can small businesses continue to be competitive by shifting towards the cloud, while also staying productive and secure?
In this webinar, we’ll focus on strategies to help your organization better understand the options so you can adopt the right cloud technologies. With 20 years of experience working with small businesses, we’ll answer the most common questions, including:
The appeal of a hybrid workforce is increasing. Many teams want the flexibility to work from anywhere but also crave the connections and the resulting creativity that came from being in the office around others.
With employees dividing time between the office and working remotely, how can small businesses continue to evolve the way we work and thrive in the new normal?
In this webinar, we’ll focus on in-person and virtual strategies that can help employees stay engaged, productive, and secure.
Michelle Eckhart, Ideation Director at PMC Commercial Interiors
As Ideation Director at PMC, Michelle leverages her expertise in interior design, behavioral science, and data analytics to create places where people want to be.
Working with her clients, she curates an elevated level of research and design thinking to influence how an environment will look and how people will feel and interact within it.
Dawn Church, Employee Experience Coordinator at WorkSmart
With 12+ years of crafting events across the spectrum: from weddings to corporate events, webinars, team builders, workshops, retreats, and too many virtual event experiments to count, Dawn has had experience in a wide variety of areas.
She deeply values positive psychology, connection, and self-development. She’s also been practicing Authentic Relating and Circling in her own day-to-day life, along with coaching and workshop-leading since 2011.
With the end of the year approaching, it’s the perfect time to review your IT strategy.
Technology drives growth when it aligns with the organization’s goals. That’s why it’s important to check in on what went well, identify what needs improvement, and create a plan that continues to help your team get work done and reduce risks.
In this webinar, we’re focusing the discussion on planning IT for your current and future needs. More specifically, we’re talking about building a roadmap to leverage technology and tips for improving how technology supports your operations.
Jim Rappl, Senior Business Advisor, Executive Management, at WorkSmart
After building and running a successful Managed IT Services provider for 13 years, Jim sold his company (Exceptional IT Services) to WorkSmart and joined the team in 2015.
As a Senior Business Advisor, Jim’s primary responsibilities include identifying strategic growth opportunities and forging new relationships with partners to identify how WorkSmart can help them to reach their fullest potential.
Jim also serves as an active executive management team member, helping to determine and implement business direction, gauge effectiveness, and adjust regularly using the EOS methodology.
One click on the wrong link helps cyber threats sneak around your organization’s security measures.
With cybercrimes and ransomware attacks on the rise, training that helps you build good cyber hygiene remains critical. By learning about potential threats and cybersecurity best practices, you can protect yourself and your organization.
In this webinar, we’re having a conversation about cybersecurity in a practical way. The bad guys want to trick employees, so we’ll talk about ways to avoid falling victim to cybercrime.
Rob Witteman, Project Lead at WorkSmart
With 8 years’ experience working in managed IT services, Rob has helped many small businesses strengthen their security.
As WorkSmart’s Onboarding Project Lead, Rob works on new client onboarding projects to ensure a successful start to their partnership with WorkSmart, including making sure that their cybersecurity is up to par.
By incorporating quickly-evolving cybersecurity practices into IT strategy plans, Rob helps small businesses reach their fullest potential, while also keeping them secure.
John Jarvis, Senior Business Advisor at WorkSmart
A recent addition to our Atlanta team, John has has spent the last 10 years serving companies and nonprofit organizations all across the country with his experience, creativity, and lifelong interest in technology.
John got his start at Google, where he studied technology and business analytics before going on to master discovery, scoping, and budgeting for impactful technology solutions to bring about measurable change.
In his role as Senior Business Advisor here at WorkSmart, he forges constructive relationships with new partners and identifies how WorkSmart can best help them achieve their goals.
Sam Young, Technical Support Representative
While Sam is relatively new to the world of MSPs, he’s no stranger to the ins and outs of computers. Tinkering with computers since he was a small child, Sam knows that the safest user is a well-informed one.
As a Technical Support Representative, Sam works to help our clients discern, fix and learn how to tackle their IT problems in a way that is easy to understand.
With industry standard certifications in security and networking, Sam works to not only solve any tech issues that may arise, but he also aims to prevent them from occurring in the first place by implementing proactive measures.
As many employees continue to work remotely and split time between working in the office and home, the focus on the cloud is growing. Technology like Microsoft 365 helps small businesses remain competitive in the hybrid workplace.
While it helps your team achieve results and stay connected when working from anywhere, the flexibility of the cloud creates security risks. Making sure your cybersecurity strategy shifts with the way you work is important in keeping your organization safe from cyber threats.
That’s why we’re focusing this 1-hour discussion on prevention & recovery. More specifically, we’re talking about preventing cyber attacks with Microsoft 365 security tools and investing in cyber insurance as a way to recover from one.
Rob Witteman, Project Lead at WorkSmart
Rob has worked for a total of 8 years in the MSP space, and has been with WorkSmart for 4 of those years. He currently serves as WorkSmart’s Onboarding Project Lead.
In this role, Rob focuses on new client onboarding projects to ensure a successful start to their partnership with WorkSmart.
As a Microsoft certified IT professional, Rob helps companies leverage Microsoft technologies and leads the team in training to keep everyone on pace with Microsoft’s evolving platform. He believes in using technology to make work easier and to make the tech experience as smooth as possible for everyone.
Ralph Whitehurst Jr, Business Development at Triangle Risk Advisors
As President/CEO of Total Retirement Planning and Whitehurst Strategic Partners, Ralph has transformed a successful hometown insurance agency into a regional leader for evolving businesses and family financial consulting, specializing in retirement planning, estate preservation, risk management, business and family consulting.
After merging his practice with Triangle Risk Advisors, LLC in 2019, Ralph continues his role, along with serving on numerous safety and advisory boards for both insurance companies and clients.
Ralph understands that every client’s needs are unique, therefore the firm uses proprietary processes to identify those needs and create a custom roadmap for each client.
A highly productive team that can communicate, create, and solve problems is key to growing your organization. And, the right mix of tools, processes, and people builds a healthy team.
That’s why we’re focusing this 1-hour discussion on using technology, metrics, and hiring as tools to guide your team to success.
Brent Sprinkle, owner at TrueNorth Business Navigation
Before his work with TrueNorth Business Navigation and guided by a strong desire to have a major impact, Brent worked in management, successfully leading a number of software and hardware technology development teams ranging in size from 8 to over 800.
Cyndi Gave, owner at The Metiss Group
Cyndi has been leading The Metiss Group since 1996 but learned her passion for people long before. Cyndi’s human behavior studies started with an international temporary staffing company, reshaping their job matching and business model to earn the branch Profit Center of The Year. Cyndi would go on to hold executive roles in HR departments for automotive, property management, distribution, publishing, and robotics industries.
A business leader at heart, Cyndi has found her niche to impact business results best through advising leaders in their quest for an effective employee selection process, the means to accelerate employee performance, and strengthening organizational health.
Employees and customers want and expect your organization to have the right technology to meet their needs.
That means more effective and efficient communication channels.
In this hour-long workshop, you’ll learn how you can use Microsoft 365 to improve the employee and customer experience by fostering real interaction and limiting distractions.
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