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Tips for Keeping Offices Safe as They Reopen During COVID-19

As states continue to reopen, many offices are going to begin welcoming employees back to the workplace. Whether team members will be on-site full-time or be returning on a part-time basis, finding ways to keep the office safe is necessary. After all, the COVID-19 threat isn’t completely gone, so you can’t return to all of… Read more »


Learn What Technologists Love About Working Remote

Many technologists spent most of their careers working in an office environment. However, once the COVID-19 pandemic made working from home the only option, many were forced to start telecommuting unexpectedly. While the paradigm shift did create some challenges, many technologists discovered that they prefer the remote work approach. If you are wondering why many… Read more »


Important Questions to Ask About COVID-19 at a Job Interview

When you interview for a new job, you usually have an opportunity to ask the hiring manager a few questions. While most professionals focus on areas like the company’s culture and what they need to know to thrive in the role, the COVID-19 pandemic has made some other questions increasingly relevant. If you have a… Read more »


How Cybersecurity Could Change in a Post-Pandemic World

When the COVID-19 pandemic began resulting in stay-at-home orders, companies had to act quickly. They often had to shore up their IT infrastructures, embrace new solutions, and quickly create mechanisms that allowed their employees to work remotely. The gravity and suddenness of the situation left little room for planning. However, now that it’s been several… Read more »


Cathy Colianni Wins the 2019 Build Great, All-In Award

Congratulations to Cathy Colianni for winning the 2019 Build Great All-In Award. This award was established in 2018 by Eric Galasso, President of The Squires Group (TSGi), to recognize our staff members who excel at demonstrating the Seven Principles of Building Great, The Squires Way. At the beginning of 2019, our infrastructure team members received… Read more »


Remote Workers Are Experiencing Burnout Due to COVID-19

The ability to work from home was once a coveted benefit. But, today, working remotely is a new norm for professionals in a variety of industries. As COVID-19 led to stay-at-home orders, companies had little choice but to arrange telecommuting options. However, as pandemic-related stress mounted, burnout quickly followed. Now, the burnout isn’t solely due… Read more »


Online Courses You Can Take to Learn Programming Languages While at Home

As a result of the pandemic, many professionals are spending essentially all their time at home. Stay-at-home orders mean heading out isn’t an option, so it is crucial to find productive ways to spend the time you’d usually spend out and about. Luckily, there are plenty of great options, including some that can elevate your… Read more »


Learn How to Manage Your Remote Workforce

The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally altered the business world. Stay-at-home orders forced companies to transition quickly, requiring them to adopt remote work models with very little notice. As a result, many managers were thrust into a new paradigm. Finding ways to lead successfully when overseeing a remote team isn’t easy. There are unique challenges that… Read more »


In an Economic Downturn, It’s Important to Have a Security Clearance

Today’s economic climate is daunting. Widespread unemployment has left many professionals reeling, including some who would never have guessed that their job security was at risk in any way. Additionally, even those who remain employed could be experiencing hardships, such as through hours reductions. While states are now working to reopen, the road to economic… Read more »


How Are Technologists Adjusting During COVID-19?

When the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the first stay-at-home orders, companies had to act quickly. In many cases, they arranged for employees to work remotely, though they had very little time to adjust. As with most emergency paradigm shifts, many technologists initially had some difficulty adapting. While being tech-savvy helped, suddenly having to telecommute led… Read more »