AI is forcing a conversation about what Ag industry employers expect from their employees.
We speak with Vonnie Estes, IFPA’s VP of Innovation, about nurturing climate-smart companies.
We are pleased to announce the promotion of Eric Regnier to VP of Operations, who will lead the operational transformation of the business.
ZAG Technical Services Exec Featured Presenter at International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting
Greg Gatzke will be a featured presenter on Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security at the IAFP meeting in Toronto on July 19.
Summer is here and with it comes vacation travel and increased time using public networks. Improve tech security while on the go.
Agriculture can use data to improve revenue and margins. But a reframing of the value of data is required.
Remote work is being celebrated with its own holiday on June 29. Use these top tips to increase IT security for remote workers.
Marketing + IT. An unlikely pairing? The similarities as drivers of business outcomes is closer than many think.
Security tips and IT best practices for executive travel, whether on summer vacation or abroad on business.
Don’t get scammed by the scan. Criminals love QR codes too. Here’s how to keep safe.
Passwords are a common entry point for cyberattacks. Weak or reused passwords put you at risk.
Greg Gatzke will be a featured presenter on Cybersecurity at Canadian Produce Marketing Association annual conference.
VP of Data and Software Services, Thuan Ngo, leading FNWPPE event session on achievable business outcomes with Robotic Process Automation.
ZAG reminds companies to check their tech in light of the recent news of ransomware attacks on industry-leading agriculture companies.
CFOs are being asked to do more with less, faster than ever before. They’re turning to RPA to get it done.
ZAG released a new infographic about cybersecurity risks to fresh produce companies in honor of Cybersecurity Awareness Month in October.
ZAG adds Paul Jozwiak as Director of Platforms and Integrations within its Data and Software Services line of business.
ZAG has distributed $10,000 in merit-based scholarships to promote ongoing educational opportunities for ZAG employees and their families.