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If your business uses contract or temporary staffing, you’re not alone. In fact, a 2015 report issued by the U.S. Government Accountability Office revealed that fully 40.4% of those employed in the U.S. were temporary, on-call, contract, or part-time workers. As a business owner/operator, you must decide whether to issue…
The Anywhere-Based Mobile Workforce and Your Business As the latest technology becomes more accessible, more employees are working off-site. The days of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), Mobile Device Management (MDM) and a “work anywhere” mentality are here. But, it’s more than just home offices: a 2015 report predicts that…
If you’re a small business owner, you’ve heard a lot about cloud computing in the last few years. You may even be thinking about taking your enterprise into the cloud right now. Cloud computing, the process of storing data and running software applications offsite on remote servers, has taken off…
Why You Need to Separate Your Personal and Business Expenses One of the biggest mistakes that a business owner can make when starting their business is neglecting to create a clear distinction between their business and personal expenses. This common mistake occurs because most individuals who start businesses begin by…
Ransomware is a growing threat that is affecting businesses across America. Ransomware is malicious software that attacks a business’s data network by encrypting it. As the name implies, cyber criminals who send the virus follow up with ransom demands which can range from hundreds to thousands of dollars. If businesses…
The Internet of Things (IoT), which refers to the increasing number of products and devices which are connected to the internet, has continued its growth and evolution in 2016. Here are some of the things we’ve learned about the initiative and learnings for adoption in the near future. The IoT…
Privacy and security are fundamental for any business. Online data and physical infrastructure are potential targets of malicious attacks such as hacking, break-ins and vandalism. If you’re a business leader, you owe it to yourself to have the best security tools available. As technology evolves, there are more and more…
Cloud computing is becoming increasingly popular with businesses. By hosting your business data and software on remote, offsite server, you and your employees can access company data and virtual software from anywhere and from a wide range of devices. This gives your business incredible flexibility, and ensures that your data…