Sharing stories involving information technology to provide readers with more insight.

Reducing Burnout and Boosting Employee Well-Being

The 4-Day Work Week: How Working Less Reduces Burnout The conversation around work-life balance has intensified recently, with more organizations and employees advocating for a significant shift in traditional work models. One model gaining traction is the 4-day work week, which proposes reducing work hours to address various workplace challenges, including employee burnout. This article explores the connection between

May 15th, 2024|

The Role of Vulnerability Assessments for Cybersecurity

The Role of Vulnerability Assessments for Cybersecurity Cyber threats are an ever-present reality for businesses of all sizes as hackers innovate and devise new ways to exploit vulnerabilities in computer systems and networks. A proactive approach to cybersecurity is essential, and one of the most crucial elements of this approach is conducting regular vulnerability assessments. While some businesses may be

May 7th, 2024|

How Technology Is Impacting Police Agencies & Law Enforcement

The rapid pace of technological advancement continues to revolutionize various industries, from agriculture to the very core of IT. Law enforcement and police agencies are no strangers to this wave of progress. However, the utilization of technology in this field often diverges from standardized integrations. As new innovations emerge, they must adapt to align with law enforcement personnel's specific

May 7th, 2024|

Axon and FSET Bring Starlink to the Nunavik Police Service

Farther Reach, Faster Data, Safer Communities As far north in Quebec as you can go, Nunavik is wildly remote and refreshingly serene. It’s a vast, Arctic landscape dotted with 14 communities totalling roughly 14,000 inhabitants along the coastlines of Hudson Bay, Ungava Bay, and Hudson Strait. From Kuujjuaraapik to Kangiqsualujjuaq, each community has its own identity. They are connected by

April 29th, 2024|

Sharing Insights into the Four-Day Work Week

Insights for Innovation: Employee Feedback Drives Change At FSET, we believe in the power of continuous improvement and innovation to drive success. For the duration of the 4-Day Work Week pilot, we have gathered feedback from our team each week. This has given us insights into best practices, trends, improvement areas, implementation innovations, and overall sentiment. Join us in

April 16th, 2024|

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