Acronis, a global leader in cyber protection, is helping refugees from Ukraine in various ways, trying to ease the global suffering. Most of the employees are actively involved in this noble initiative, and those willing to help can do it with financial donations and humanitarian aid.
Apart from the fact that information about Acronis technologies and solutions is now available in Bulgarian, the site offers useful resources for consumer organizations, managed service providers and home customers in the country.
The moment when we will learn the names of this year's winners and best interior design professionals in the annual Dibla Design Awards 2021 is getting closer by the day. Everyone who wants to watch the ceremony live, in compliance with all anti-pandemic measures, is welcome on 16 March, 7 pm, at IEC - Inter Expo Centre. The ceremony will be twice its usual size and will run in parallel with the specialised expos SIHRE 2020 and #Retail Show. Learn more on dibla.com.
The IT Industry nowadays is the most fast paced area of the economy, that shows tremendous development in many sectors. We see companies mature and invest in different regions of the world, opening opportunities for a vast number of specialists to grow, learn and excel in their passion for technology.
Acronis announced the results of its first annual Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Report. This report sets the standard that Acronis takes pride in its continued efforts to help our planet with its diversity, environmental and social efforts.
The ESG Report outlines the various initiatives launched by Acronis in our unrelenting efforts to improve the social, environmental, and governance climates globally and make the world just that much better. These initiatives include:
Acronis, a global leader in cyber protection, with dual headquarters in Schaffhausen, Switzerland and Singapore, will be the Official Cyber Protection Partner of the iconic round-the-world sailing competition, The Ocean Race.
Acronis, a global leader in cyber protection, announced today the appointment of Michael Callahan as its new Chief Marketing Officer. Callahan joins the team with extensive sales and marketing experience, serving in senior leadership roles at companies such as McAfee, HP, and Juniper, and most recently as the Senior Vice President of Global Marketing for Cofense.
In different historical periods different figures were the ones who set the pulse of events and the society's development. During the Renaissance, these were the artists, during the Enlightenment – the philosophers, in the 19th century – the writers, and in the 20th century – the industrialists. Today the pulse of modernity is set by the IT entrepreneurs and innovators, and the managers of successful IT companies.
In the past year and a half we got used to talking about change. We accepted unexpected events of a global scale as part of life and we brought back from the past the worn-out wisdom about crisis as an opportunity. One of the fields that were particularly strongly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic was the labour market and HR management.
This May, in just a couple of days, the ordinary Internet user became aware of two disturbing events. Hackers blocked the activities of one the largest fuel pipeline companies in the US. Thousands of Bulgarian Facebook users yet again fell for the message from a friend that asked "Is this you?," and clicked on the link that followed it.
When a year ago the global pandemic turned the life of humanity on its head, we realised how dependent we were on regular supply of fuel, food, medicines and other essential goods and resources. Until then we had accepted as normal that we would be able, on a whim, to buy South American exotic fruit at the supermarket or to order online clothes, gadgets and not-that-essential knick-knack from thousands of kilometres away. The pandemic opened our eyes about how complex and huge the network of global and regional trade has become.
As with most disruptive ideas, this concept is as straightforward as it is hard to implement. Together with the EPAM Bulgaria team, we took the challenge to turn it into a reality.
We started with the idea of boundaries. We took the time to contemplate boundaries in our team: to understand them, to discuss them, even to define some of them... until we were finally able to see beyond them. We called this the "OneTeam!" initiative, and it was the beginning of an inspiring journey pushing us to become a better team every day.
When talking about the Bulgarian economy in 2020, one field attracts the attention – information and communication technologies (ICT). This is rather understandable. The sector is the third most developed one in the country after trade and industry. Unlike many other fields in the Bulgarian economy, the IT sector dealt much more effectively with the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic. Staff redundancy and salary cuts were significantly lower in the ICT field and some companies even increased their activities and continued hiring.
Acronis, a global leader in cyber protection, today announced several of the keynote speakers and panelists participating in the annual Acronis Global Cyber Summit 2020, taking place as a free virtual event October 19-21, 2020.