New York Attorney General Letitia James today released a guide to help businesses adopt effective data security measures to better protect New Yorkers’ personal information.
The internet is an amazing place, and there is no doubt about that. It has made our lives easier and condensed the world to increase our connectivity with every part of the planet.
Salesforce plays a crucial role in streamlining financial processes for businesses across diverse industries.
India’s remarkable rise on the global stage is nothing short of extraordinary.
Twenty-nine organizations including AARP New York have signed a letter (reprinted in full below) to Governor Kathy Hochul urging her to approve ‘data matching’ legislation that would help over 800,000 struggling New York households pay their utility bills.
In the fast-paced world of modern business operations, efficient data management is paramount. Data entry services play a pivotal role in ensuring that information is accurately recorded and organized.
The Social Security Administration has provided people with income security for over 80 years.
In today’s digital years, a Microsoft account is a gateway to the tech goliath’s many services and products.
In today’s digital age, data protection, and privacy have become critical concerns for businesses of all sizes.
In the era of digital transformation, seamless connectivity and data integration have become the cornerstone of efficient operations.
In the fast-paced world of business, mergers and acquisitions (M&As) play a crucial role in growth and expansion.
By Bretton Love Prioritizing data security is essential with a growing reliance on cloud services.
Effective data management enables businesses to make informed decisions, streamline operations, and provide better customer experiences.
Educational organizations are increasingly turning to virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) solutions to maximize the value of their IT investments and simplify the management of their corporate computing environments.
New York Attorney General Letitia James secured $200,000 from the law firm, Heidell, Pittoni, Murphy & Bach LLP (HPMB) for failing to protect New Yorkers’ personal and healthcare data.