The coronavirus pandemic was a shock to most sectors, and law firms were no different.
Cyber security and coronavirus
What to look out for this year
Article reports that the healthcare organizations have come under intense pressure since the outbreak of the Covid-19 coronavirus, and they are also battling a dramatic increase in cyber security incidents linked to the pandemic.
20 October 2020: Heightened levels of uncertainty combined with the hugely increased number of people working from home has created a perfect storm for fraudsters in the charity world, reports Mark Blayney Stuart.
We talk to three experienced board members in the US, Europe and Asia about COVID-19, and their predictions for the future. Interviews by Tim Stafford.
The term "stay alert" is something we have all become accustomed to in recent months as we continue through the implications of the current pandemic.
Video conferencing and remote collaboration tools
Learning from home
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