Breaking the glass ceiling in the technology industry is important - for both women and girls and the industry itself. But in the future world of work, coding is not an end goal; it’s a jumping off point.
Community service is highly valued in the Upstate and we are home to thousands of local nonprofits, churches, educational institutions and local chapters of national organizations. But community members aren’t the only ones who highly value nonprofits. Hackers do too.
Vendor relationships are important. But they are also an security exposure – as many hacked corporations have learned. Managing vendor relationships from a security standpoint is a crucial piece of your cybersecurity puzzle.
One of the big reasons many system implementations fail is poor testing that gets the system off to a rocky start. Follow some best practices to ensure your testing smooths the road for a successful launch.
The US again has called behind Europe and even parts of the development world in adapting to mobile payments. New rules from Visa could change that and make 2019 the year that moves us closer to cashless.
We’ve been dealing with cybersecurity for enough years now, yet our passwords our still weak, our procedures haven’t caught up with hackers’ skills, and our overall risk is greater. Why aren’t we getting any better at this?
Voting is a lot more secure than you would think if you just followed the antics of the company that provides all voting machines in South Carolina. Whatever your political leanings, there are lessons businesses can learn from how this company has responded to adversity.
Solopreneurs do a lot of things themselves using technology: templated contracts, software-designed pitches, free levels of higher end tools for CRM and other functions. But one thing they really need a professional for is designing logos and collateral. Learn Why.
Cryptocurrencies are geopolitically agnostic. They can be used across borders without being subject to any country’s currency manipulation. They can be held as an investment with all the risks and rewards. Advocates call it the first global currency. Opponents, like Warren Buffet, call it “rat poison squared.” If you’re a geek, it’s just cool.
Facebook just keeps getting in deeper and deeper. Marketing mavens may wonder where their audience will go if Facebook fails; Digital Mavens wonder why we keep giving up our privacy and then wondering where it went.
Coupled with the ever-present onslaught of new data breaches, security vulnerabilities, and data leaks, it’s not unreasonable to think that most of us would have a passing understanding of the social media risk-benefit equation by now. But we might be wrong about that.
The Cambridge Analytica-Facebook connection is complex, deeply flawed, and now, deeply damaging. But there is an important takeaway: Trusting third-party vendors is dangerous and wholly avoidable. Here's how.
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Are you on social media? How's that working out for you? If you’re scratching your head on that one, we get you started with some basic analytics every small business and nonprofit can get their (free) hands around.
Government is investigating new options to manage citizens' identities. Lawmakers are launching new legislation to require even more businesses to collect and secure Social Security numbers. Guess who is caught in the middle?