Home Office

Another 19 percent of the companies surveyed generally do not support their staff at home work. Companies admit that their most valuable asset: the safe working environment leaves their company information and in the Home Office is exposed to incalculable risks. Once the details are out of the Office, also the best information management such as the secure storage and destruction of documents useless, if the term of the next product concept ungeschreddert in the domestic trash lands”, adds Hans-Gunter Borgmann, Managing Director of Iron Mountain. In this context, it is essential to make working in the Home Office or remote access safer for companies. However, information security is not only about the IT infrastructure.

Also the paper should not be forgotten.” Managing Director and Marketing most in the home office working the Iron Mountain study also shows that the dissemination of work from home varies depending on the activity. Throughout Europe CEO or the Board of directors level work most frequently in the Home Office. Two-thirds (32 per cent) of the respondents business leaders in Europe said to work every day from home and another 22 percent work out two to four times per week from your own four walls. In addition, more than one-third (35 percent) followed two worked, the European marketing employees up to four times per week from home by 21 percent of IT employees. Employees in human resources or in the Administration is the probability from home to work the least. Iron Mountain recommends companies following guidelines to help staff working in the Home Office: businesses should establish clear and practical guidelines for the work in the Home Office. These include one about the restriction of email traffic on the safe company-E-mail-account and use protected network when working outside the Office.

Companies should mark documents that may never leave the safe workplace. The work from home may be useful for certain activities, with regard to certain tasks, should be apart from rather. It should be ensured that the Home Office guidelines met the responsibilities of the employees wear, such as for example the provision of the necessary IT equipment and infrastructure. In return, employees company information should treat with the utmost care and follow best-practice principles, as for example documents securely bring back to the workplace. Companies should–or training their staff regularly in accordance with company policy and ensure that these practices are reviewed regularly on the latest business standards. Asked on should a sufficient infrastructure, as well as a secure access to the corporate network to the Be provided. This means among other things that they can safely send those internal company documents that they need and receive and not confidential documents in the Office must print out as it is often the case, so they can see them, where appropriate, in the Home Office. 1 Opinion matters for Iron Mountain. The survey was conducted between April 15, 2013 and may 1, 2013. Sample: 5,021 working adults in Germany, UK, France, Spain and the Netherlands. Of 1.002 from Germany.

Employers Underestimate Security Risks By Home Office

Iron Mountain study: 60 percent of German employees send and receive business emails on your private account Hamburg 27 August 2013. 1 Of the service provider for information management and data protection, Iron Mountain study, that are the details of German companies by the behavior of employees exposed to a significant risk at their home office workstations. Thus, 60 percent of German employees use their private email account for business issues. Also, the support and the facilities of many employers is often insufficient to adequately protect business data. Many employers tolerate conduct of their staff at work in the Home Office, which expose their company information to a significant risk. So 60 percent of German employees indicated, to use their private email accounts to send and receive work documents.

35 Percent at home leave their work documents and 21 per cent dispose of your business documents in the household waste. Also operates one in ten (10 Percent) by a public Cafe. 7 Percent used an insecure W connection of LAN, working documents by E-Mail to send and receive. These behaviors are often sensitive business information for cyber attacks or other loss of data make them vulnerable. The study surveyed workers in Germany, UK, France, Spain and the Netherlands missing requirements and lack of IT resources. Visit Professor Rita McGrath for more clarity on the issue. She found that one-third (33 percent) of German workers at least two times works a week from home. But only 25 percent of the German company its employees pretend what paper files and electronic data it with home and which may not take them. In 73 percent of German companies lack appropriate policies governing the working from their home office.

After all, Germany cuts off even better than the average of the surveyed countries (83 percent) thus. For many companies, the alignment of the IT infrastructure is the main problem. 54 Percent, the employer fails safe working in the Home Office at Marketing most in the home office working the Iron Mountain study also shows that the dissemination of work from home varies depending on the activity.

Iron Mountain

Another 19 percent of the companies surveyed generally do not support their staff at home work. Companies admit that their most valuable asset: the safe working environment leaves their company information and in the Home Office is exposed to incalculable risks. Once the details are out of the Office, also the best information management such as the secure storage and destruction of documents useless, if the term of the next product concept ungeschreddert in the domestic trash lands”, adds Hans-Gunter Borgmann, Managing Director of Iron Mountain. In this context, it is essential to make working in the Home Office or remote access safer for companies. However, information security is not only about the IT infrastructure.

Also the paper should not be forgotten.” Managing Director and Marketing most in the home office working the Iron Mountain study also shows that the dissemination of work from home varies depending on the activity. Throughout Europe CEO or the Board of directors level work most frequently in the Home Office. Two-thirds (32 per cent) of the respondents business leaders in Europe said to work every day from home and another 22 percent work out two to four times per week from your own four walls. In addition, more than one-third (35 percent) followed two worked, the European marketing employees up to four times per week from home by 21 percent of IT employees. Employees in human resources or in the Administration is the probability from home to work the least. Iron Mountain recommends companies following guidelines to help staff working in the Home Office: businesses should establish clear and practical guidelines for the work in the Home Office.

These include one about the restriction of email traffic on the safe company-E-mail-account and use protected network when working outside the Office. Companies should mark documents that may never leave the safe workplace. The work from home may be useful for certain activities, with regard to certain tasks, should be apart from rather. It should be ensured that the Home Office guidelines met the responsibilities of the employees wear, such as for example the provision of the necessary IT equipment and infrastructure. In return, employees company information should treat with the utmost care and follow best-practice principles, as for example documents securely bring back to the workplace. Companies should–or training their staff regularly in accordance with company policy and ensure that these practices are reviewed regularly on the latest business standards. Asked on should a sufficient infrastructure, as well as a secure access to the corporate network to the Be provided. This means among other things that they can safely send those internal company documents that they need and receive and not confidential documents in the Office must print out as it is often the case, so they can see them, where appropriate, in the Home Office. 1 Opinion matters for Iron Mountain. The survey was conducted between April 15, 2013 and may 1, 2013. Sample: 5,021 working adults in Germany, UK, France, Spain and the Netherlands. Of 1.002 from Germany.

German Championships

Diploma social worker part-time as a personal trainer worked from athletics on the Powerlifting for diving – sports and fitness have always played a big role in the life of Sandra Ritthaler. For about 20 years, she works part-time as a trainer in gyms and sports clubs. Mainly direct working was important when choosing their activity you most and with the people”. For about 1.5 years, she takes off now also in the field of personnel training. To be better prepared for the individual care of their customers, Sandra Ritthaler uses the part-time qualifications of the BSA Academy: A solid qualification is the be-all and end-all. In addition to the fitness specialist I complete more BSA training courses, in the future to be able to continue my personal training.” Since her childhood, sports in Sandra Rahman Halers is firmly anchored to daily routine. In the youth active she began as a track and field athlete 17 years with Powerlifting, where she was successful until her 21st year as competitive and competitive athlete.

Among other things, she can achieved the following titles: NRW Mehrer juniors and bronze at the German Championships. “Then, she switched to diving: I worked as a professional diver some time abroad in Thailand, where even in this sport as head instructor, physical fitness is absolutely necessary.” Since the 1990s Sandra Ritthaler works in addition to her job as a graduate social worker as a trainer in gyms and sports clubs or organizations such as the DLRG. 1.5 years, I worked part-time as a personal trainer and coach athletes in the fields of athletics, swimming, triathlon and martial arts, as well as customers who want to effectively work on her body and life quality. While I do more holistically, i.e. staff training, all important topics related to prevention, fitness and health play an important role, such as nutrition, physical activity through sport, elimination of imbalances, flexibility, posture analysis and improvement, taking into account of Allergies and chronic diseases, acid-base homeostasis, blood group specific nutrition, etc.