Office 365 has helped organizations in staying productive during the pandemic. With more people working from home, we have seen a significant growth in phishing attempts and bad actors attempting to gain control of devices, passwords and data.Read More
When life seems jolly rotten there’s something you’ve forgotten
Viruses, hurricanes and fires. Economic recession, job loss and evictions. Things are tough all over and it can be challenging to find the silver lining these days. But there are some bright spots if you know where look. Some of the positives can be uncovered with tools like Microsoft Power BI. There’s a lot of data out there and, turns out, it’s not all bad news.Read More
As organizations scrambled to support remote workers, Kiefer recognized that we were in a unique position to assist our clients and friends. We have been promoting the benefits of the modern workplace for several years, and we had arrived at the moment in which enabling the modern workplace wasn’t a luxury, it was a necessity. Deploying technologies that supported efficient communication and collaboration was critical as stay-at-home orders changed how many organizations conducted business.Read More
We’ve built up decades of experience for just this moment and we invite you to take advantage of it.Read More
After nearly three months of reacting to crises, it’s time to evaluate organizational wellness.
June 13, 2020 will mark three months of remote working for us here at Kiefer Consulting. Like millions of our Northern California neighbors, we’ve found these past 12 weeks challenging, isolating and stressful. They also proven that the people who comprise our organization are adaptable, flexible and innovative. While it has been a time of uncertainty, we’ve been fortunate to have found numerous opportunities to enhance existing client relationships while also building new ones.Read More
Microsoft Teams does many things – including serving as a platform for group-based games
(Note: This is the second in a series of posts we’ll be producing that focus on the fun and games possible with Teams.)Read More
We’re collectively navigating uncharted waters. How do we prepare for the unknown?
On Tuesday, May 12 Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey sent an email to his company’s employees letting them know that if they so choose, they can work from home permanently. Work from home…forever. To some it might sound heavenly and to others, hellish. But Dorsey’s decree shines a very public spotlight on a very nebulous issue, namely, what does technology work look like after all…this?Read More