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Working from home is not going anywhere. In fact, research shows that post-pandemic 42% of employees who worked strictly from a company-based location will not return to the office. Do you know how this will impact your business? Learn more about the tools needed to protect your client data and improve employee productivity.
Check out the latest happenings in the world of IT from our Locknet® experts. In this issue, we highlight some topics your organization should be aware of to minimize risks. Specifically, mitigating insider threats to your security and the risks of hanging on to legacy data.
As I passed a local shopping district recently, I was struck by what I saw: car-lined streets, stores bursting with customers, and people smiling and enjoying the day with loved ones. The joy in the air was palpable. For me, there is no greater testament to the resilience of our community, and the adaptability of the human spirit. In that snapshot in time, it was clear that hope had returned, our economy was bouncing back, and everyone was reconnecting with that sense of belonging that makes us whole.
We have come so far in the past couple of years, and we should celebrate all that we have overcome. We've navigated bumps in the road, we've learned so many lessons, and now we are regaining our equilibrium.
On the home front, we've come to a deeper understanding and appreciation of the relationships we have with our loved ones. We'll no longer take for granted the gift of time together, the ability to share a hug, or to gather and celebrate in person. We now know exactly how precious and necessary and fragile that togetherness is.
From a business perspective, we have gained clearer insights into where we are growing, and where we simply must go to provide the services and agility our clients need in this new world. We've learned that we have to share information differently, to fully secure our data and render you untouchable from those who wish us harm. We've learned how to help you manage and optimize a remote workforce while staying safe and well-connected. Over the past two years, in response to our changing realities, we've enhanced the management, security, and access of business information for our clients, and I'm incredibly proud of our team of professionals for all they have done to make that happen.
We are so appreciative of your loyalty and the trust you have placed in us to help you adapt quickly and respond to unforeseen changes in our shared reality. From the bottom of my heart, thank you for being our partner in this journey, and for leaning on us and leveraging our expertise to make your business secure. We never lose sight of the fact that being your technology partner is an honor, and it is the greatest gift you could give us. For that, we are deeply grateful.
All of us are adjusting to a changed world, but greatness has been borne of that change. We've become more accepting, more loving, and more grateful for all of the gifts we have: our professional lives, our colleagues, our clients, and our communities. Perhaps the greatest lesson of all is the deeper understanding we've gained about our commonality. We all need that sense of belonging and love. With that sense of shared humanity, let us move forward into the future together, and write our next collective chapter with openness, acceptance, and kindness.
May the peace and joy of this season last throughout the coming year for you and those you love.
Mary Jo Johnson