Do you have a full understanding of what WebOps really is—and what it can do for you?
Gone are the days of advertising and graphics teams whose work is separated far away from the work of the information technology (IT) teams. No longer are they completely different entities serving different purposes.
With technology always at our fingertips and a work-from-home climate, the expedited delivery of digital assets is more important than ever. Digital content is being created at a breakneck pace, and marketing experts are looking for a way to keep up.
Security breaches can be fatal to your business and unbelievably costly according to the 2018 Cost of Data Breach Study:
In the United States, besides federal, state, and local government websites, there are no enforceable regulations or standards for accessibility. Non-governmental websites don’t have any regulations to follow as set forth by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to present a website that’s inclusive and accessible for all. Even so, this doesn’t mean your website shouldn’t make website accessibility a priority.
As I left for work this morning I drove alongside our vegetable garden in front of our house. Normally, by this time of year we are just wrapping up harvesting a successful third crop of vegetables including late season goodies like squash and pumpkins. That said, due to the pandemic and some realigning of responsibilities around the Egen house this year, I was in charge of the garden. As I drove past the mangled, fruitless result, I couldn't help but think of how similar the disorganized mess was to website maintenance and how some simple planning on my part and a little more diligence could have resulted in a successful crop this year… the only successful output for 2020 was some strawberries that were eaten by rabbits (or Philadelphia rats, I’d rather not know at this point) and a green tomato here and there.
We hate to break it to you, but if you’re wondering if your content management system (CMS) is being targeted by malicious hackers, you should know it probably is.
In studies of online security breaches, it’s been discovered that the time to detect a breach within an organization is usually over 200 days. And when these breaches are detected? It’s usually by an external party, not the organization itself.
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