As you know, there's a great deal of buzz going around about the coronavirus. Events are being canceled and whole countries are being quarantined. Whether you believe the hype or not, the debate does bring up a real risk to your business continuity that needs to be addressed now rather than later.
4 Part Series Reveals 19 Reasons Your Website Needs Updating (part 1 of 4)
Is your website establishing and building trust with your prospective customers?
Your website is a storefront for your business. Your website is most likely the first thing your customer sees.
Goal Setting: Why It Doesn't Work | June Newsletter
Goal setting doesn't always work. It can be a positive, but for many people it is a negative. When we aren't able to successfully obtain our goals, we can be too hard on ourselves.. When set goals do not work for us, we can get discouraged.
View Our May Newsletter on 9-Step Checklist for Data Security
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9-Step Checklist for Data Security
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The Misnomer of Failure
This blog is designed to further explain The Theory of Constraints and define some of the processes and applications for discovering and solving the constraints in a business setting.
For a business, you want your data to be stored in a safe, secure location that is also accessible to your employees. At the same time, you need a storage solution that can handle all the files being uploaded and downloaded on a regular basis.
In today’s technology, there are two viable options for data storage: cloud or server.
There is not a day that goes by that you do not read in the paper or hear on television that some company has been the victim of Cyber Crime. The alarming thing is that for every incident that you hear about there are probably six more that have happened that you don’t hear about.
Imagine this: You’re setting up your login information for your email, or maybe it’s your Cloud database account. Upon entering your password, the program prompts you to include a capitalized letter, number and possibly a symbol in your password. You wonder, “Is this really necessary? Who’s going to be THAT determined to break into my accounts?” Well to answer that question: hackers.
How Green is Your Business?
In today's world, everyone is making a stronger effort to recycle and save, both individually and on a business level. The great thing about "Going Green" is that it doesn't just benefit the environment, but it can also benefit the bottom line for your business.