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While this new reality presents a challenge, the advancement of key technologies allows us to not just adapt, but thrive. We are now on the precipice of the biggest revolution in workplace communication since the invention of the telephone.
It’s not enough to simply accept the new status quo, particularly as the overall economic climate remains tenuous. Artificial intelligence has much to offer in improving the way we speak to one another in the social distance era, and has already seen wide adoption in certain areas. Much of this algorithmic work has gone on behind the scenes of our most-used apps, such as Google Meet’s noise-canceling technology, which uses an AI to mute certain extraneous sounds on video calls. Other advances work in real-time right before our eyes — like Zoom’s myriad virtual backgrounds, or the automatic transcription and translation technology built into most video conferencing apps.
This kind of technology has helped employees realize that, despite the unprecedented shift to remote work, digital conversations do not just strive to recreate the in-person experience — rather, they can improve upon the way we communicate entirely.
It’s estimated that 65% of the workforce will be working remotely within the next five years. With a more hands-on approach to AI — that is, using the technology to actually augment everyday communications — workers can gain insight into concepts, workflows and ideas that would otherwise go unnoticed.
Get tailored solutions to support security operations across the digital enterprise, while monitoring and responding to the evolving threat landscape.
Deploy a variety of identity solutions, from provisioning and access governance to strong authentication and public key infrastructure.
Protect critical data and meet constantly increasing privacy requirements such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Meet unique security requirements through design, installation and integration of perimeter, network, endpoint and advanced threat-protection solutions.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) began offering IT infrastructure services to businesses in the form of web services -- now Intrisus and AWS commonly known as cloud computing partners. One of the key benefits of this partnership is to replace up-front capital infrastructure expenses with low variable costs that scale with your business.
Intrisus Labs and Cisco Webex products provide core collaboration capabilities, including video meetings, team messaging and file sharing. The suite is considered a leading collaboration platform in the unified communications and is geared toward small group collaboration as well as enterprise-wide deployments.
HPE is a global, edge-to-cloud Platform-as-a-Service company built to transform your business. How? By helping you connect, protect, analyze, and act on all your data and applications wherever they live, from edge to cloud, so you can turn insights into outcomes at the speed required to thrive in today’s complex world.
Intrisus corporation is the exclusive partner for APAC for Fireeye. FireEye is a publicly traded cybersecurity company headquartered in Milpitas, California.It has been involved in the detection and prevention of major cyber attacks. It provides hardware, software, and services to investigate cybersecurity attacks, protect against malicious software, and analyze IT security risks.
Sophos evolves to meet every new challenge, protecting nearly 400,000 organizations of all sizes in more than 150 countries from today’s most advanced cyber threats. We now bring that same always-evolving belief to home users. At Sophos, we want to make sure the same level of protection we provide businesses is available to everyone.