Employee burnout and fatigue have become increasingly common in today’s fast-paced work environment. Long hours, tight deadlines, and constant pressure to perform can affect employees’ mental and physical health. However, with the help of collaboration...
Software and application developers have a need for speed. Being first-to-market when it comes to products, services, and features has competitive advantages. To fast-track development, more organizations are combining methodologies, practices, and automation that...
It is not surprising that every organization needs to have a business continuity plan in their back pocket, ready to use at a moment’s notice. Business continuity is more than just having a single point in time daily backup; the need is for a full recovery that...
Digital transformation initiatives demand new ways of handling user interaction with data—from zero-trust implementation to cloud migration and beyond. Identity forms the core of these initiatives and, together with access control, enables data protection across...
AWS S3 is quite literally the oldest AWS service, having come out March 14, 2006, and it was the first generally available service on the AWS platform. Since its release, we’ve seen S3 continue to be a major core service used by nearly every AWS customer we’ve worked...
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