The threat of a data breach during the Covid-19 crisis is a clear and present danger to companies that are not taking the right precautions.
The rapid shift to remote working during Phase One of the Covid-19 crisis, getting workers home, has led to a totally different way of working and a fair few good jokes, such as the one about “the elephant in the Zoom”.
Nothing is more confidential and personal than patient data, so the need to keep it secure and only accessible to the right staff is paramount.
There are many ways to improve productivity for those new to working from home during the current Covid-19 crisis – but one thing is paramount: security.
Given the current uncertainty and panic over COVID-19, businesses are finding themselves forced to face the unforeseen. But just how prepared are they?
How can technology help the owners of nursing homes and healthcare facilities? More importantly, perhaps, how can technology and the cloud benefit their patients.
Is your business sitting on the ticking time bomb of the next great IT security breach?
Ortus came to life in our founder Cian Prendergast’s garage in Abbeyleix in 2007, where he and our Technical Director David Brophy slowly put together a new style of IT company.
A little over 3 years ago we had a big decision to make. At that stage we had several good years’ behind us providing cloud services to our clients with a clear and deliberate focus on keeping them at the cutting edge of modern IT, a core value of ours and something I’m personally very passionate about. The issue we had was that some of our cloud partners didn’t quite keep up the pace.
Ortus Managed IT & Cloud named as a Rising Star in Deloitte Technology Fast 50 2015