In a competitive business environment increasingly driven by technological innovation, companies need to stay abreast of the latest trends to access new opportunities and keep their competitive edge.
Having to go abroad for business can be exciting and nerve-wracking all at once. It can also be frustrating. Though it’s great for the business, it does limit your chances of enjoyment. You’re not going there on holiday you’re going for business. But to make sure the trip goes smoothly and you can do the best for your business you’ll need to take some factors into account. A lot of these may be things you’re already familiar with. Some of them, you won’t be.
Organising a business trip for your employees, but don’t know where to start? Don’t worry, that’s where we come in.
Last year, retailers, financial institutions and small businesses saw more frequent data leaks, more cybersecurity scrutiny, and an increase in the rate of sophisticated attacks. Massive pointed out that the cost of recovering from a data breach increased in 2014 to $11.6 million. It was $9 million in 2012. The source also cited Duo Security and Ponemon Institute’s research stating the cost of recovering from separate data breaches ranged from a low of $1.6 million to a high of $61 million.