Love it or hate it, remote work is here to stay. I reflected on what the last two years have taught us about remote work in an article for the CT Mirror. Two years ago, IT workers scrambled to make remote work not only feasible but productive. It's been a crucial aspect in keeping America working ever since.
See this article as it originally appeared in Industry Today.
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Cybersecurity awareness month has come to a close and all throughout October, Kelser was helping to bring attention to this issue. Our cybersecurity tips of the day on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn helped attract the attention of NBC Connecticut and FOX 61.
The Kelser Charity Challenge raised more than $42,000 — a new event record — for the Center for Cognitive Health at Hospital for Special Care. After taking our 2020 fundraiser online it was great to be back in the swing of things on Sept. 14 at Indian Hills Country Club in Newington.
This summer marks 40 years in business for Kelser. I’m immensely proud of our sustained success. But to be honest, I almost hesitate to bring up the milestone.
There's a well-documented lack of qualified cybersecurity and IT professionals these days. The Hartford Business Journal recently interviewed me for an article titled, With uptick in attacks, demand for hard-to-find cybersecurity talent grows.
Where exactly society will land on the ratio of employees working in a centralized office to those working from home is yet to be determined. But regardless of what that dynamic looks like a few years now, it’s worlds away from what it was just a few years ago.