Sysdoc 'Pass it on' Wellbeing Campaign 2021
It would be a huge understatement to say that 2020 was not simple. Nobody anticipated the events that would fill our year and for many, it was one of the loneliest we have ever experienced. At Sysdoc, we are incredibly lucky to have supportive colleagues and leaders around the globe who looked out for us during that time. However, it is not just the good deeds that we received we should be acknowledging, but the ones we passed onto others.
Our Mental Health Champions have been working hard to remind our Sysdoc Global team, that even a small gesture, such as smiling at a stranger, can make a huge difference in the world we are currently living in. We are so proud to show you a video made by our extremely talented design team, that gives examples of what we have been up to.
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Sysdoc listed in the Financial Times UK's Leading Management Consultancies 2021
It was a superb February surprise to find out that we had been mentioned not just once, but twice, in the Financial Times UK Leading Management Consultancies 2021.
Excel, we need to talk, it’s not us, it’s you
We have all had our up’s and down’s with Excel and although this may sound like a break-up, it is more of an evaluation of the relationship. Excel has undoubtedly served many of us well and it is continuing to do so. However, have we become too reliant on its familiar layout and easy set-up? Is the prospect of upgrading to a more complex software delaying teams from making the switch? As with most technology and software, it is a question of utility, not usability.
You’ll often hear the phrase ‘people are the weakest link’ when it comes to cybersecurity. After all, it’s people who click those dodgy links, right … “if only they’d stop and think”! Don’t the statistics support this view? With almost half of all businesses in the UK falling victim to a cyber breach or attack*, raising to 75% for large businesses, a massive 86% of these are caused by phishing attacks. These use social engineering to lure people into clicking links which then allow the attacker to